A group of Oneida Indian Nation employees is launching a get out the vote effort for Tuesday's elections, and they are targeting an Oneida county legislator who has opposed the Nation on numerous issues. “There has been a lot of opposition in my community against the Nation, which is my employer,” said Kelli Bradley, a legal administrator for the Nation. “I would like to have someone put into office who is willing to work with us and make things better.”
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