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|Kansas||U.S. House 3rd||Sharice Davids||Ho-Chunk||Democrat|
Kansas City, Kansas
"As a woman and a Native American, I know how to stand up and fight for equity. As a lawyer, economic advisor, and advocate, I know how to build consensus and get things done."
|Maine||U.S. House, 2nd||Henry John Bear|
Houlton Band of Maliseet Indians
"I'm different and that's why I have a reasonable chance of succeeding in this campaign. I represent change. I'm capable, fearless when necessary, and the first tribal member with a law degree to run for U.S. Congress in Maine. Due to my life experience with the U.S. Coast Guard as a rescue coordinator, followed by extensive legal, small business and legislative experience, I am motivated to not shy away from conflict. Instead, I run toward it seeking to know who's in trouble and what the threat is, and then take timely action to help. That's my nature."
|Minnesota||U.S. House 8th||Ray "Skip" Sandman||Ojibwe||Independent|
|New Mexico||U.S. House, 1st||Debra Haaland||Laguna Pueblo||Democrat|
Albuquerque, New Mexico
“I just felt like my voice—considering the fact that we've never had a Native American woman in Congress—might be a voice at the table that Congress has never heard. Vice News
|New Mexico||U.S. House, 2nd||Yvette Herrell||Cherokee||Republican|
|Oklahoma||U.S. House, 2nd||Jason Nichols||Cherokee||Democrat|
|Oklahoma||U.S. House, 4th||Tom Cole||Chickasaw||Republican|
It is my hope that in the future we can all remain mindful of our native communities and continue to respect their heritage and rights as fellow citizens of the United States. It is also my hope that we can dial back the rhetoric in Washington, D.C., and refer to our partisan counterparts in language that is respectful and courteous.
|Oklahoma||U.S. House, 2nd||Markwayne Mullin||Cherokee||Republican|
The removal of Confederate statues in the U.S. Capitol doesn’t change our history. The removal of these statues merely attempts to disguise our ugly scars by hiding these statues out of plain sight. In an imperfect world, full of imperfect leaders, there are countless statues that may not live up to our American values. The statues of President Jackson and President Lincoln, both fervent oppressors of Native Americans, stand tall in the rotunda of the U.S. Capitol. Still, these statues tell the history of the good and the bad of our nation. (Fox News)
|Utah||U.S. House, 3rd||James Singer||Navajo||Democrat|
|Washington||U.S. House, 8th||Dino Rossi||Tlingit||Republican|