By Kevin Abourezk
INDN’s List began in 2005 as a way to get more Indian candidates elected throughout the country. President Kalyn Free announced Monday the organization was closing shop.
“In 2009 and 2010, I personally financially supported INDN’s List and paid most of our overhead and salaries,” she said. “Regrettably, we have simply been unable to expand our donor base beyond a handful of visionary tribes, unions and individuals.
“As we say goodbye to another year, we also say goodbye to INDN’s List.”
For more on the subject, see Indians Elected in 2008 Too and Indians in the 2008 Election.