Tex Hall stress votes and unity in speech

National Congress of American Indians President Tex Hall spoke on the Fort Belknap Reservation in Montana on Tuesday.

Subzero temperatures and dangerous driving conditions prevented many from attending as planned, The Great Falls Tribune reported. But those who did said they were inspired by Hall's focus on tribal unity, economic development and the power of the Indian vote.

Last week, Hall delivered the second annual State of Indian Nations address in Washington, D.C.

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Indian leader rallies voters at Fort Belknap (The Great Falls Tribune 1/28)

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