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In this Oct. 24, 2018, file photo, Democratic county commission candidate Willie Grayeyes, left, speaks to a group while Kenneth Maryboy, a Navajo who is running unopposed for another seat on the commission, looks on in White Mesa, Utah. A federal appeals court on Tuesday, July 16, 2019, upheld newly drawn voting districts in a Utah county after a judge had found the old boundaries amounted to racial gerrymandering and violated the rights of Navajo voters. Since then, a Navajo Democrat, Grayeyes fought in court to get on the ballot and later won a county commissioner seat. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)

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The Navajo Nation first filed a lawsuit against San Juan County under the Voting Rights Act seven years ago, county officials said.

By Associated Press October 1, 2019
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A federal appeals court upheld newly drawn voting districts in a Utah county July 16 after a judge had found the old boundaries amounted to racial gerrymandering and violated the rights of Navajo voters.

By Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press July 23, 2019
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