Rising RiSisters was founded by Native women and designed to catalyze electoral engagement in order to tackle issues affecting their communities. The goal is to reach Native communities in key states to galvanize voter registration and turnout through issue advocacy and grassroots actions--building momentum from the 2018 state election cycle and culminate during the 2020 federal elections. Native Americans are impacted by poverty, health disparities, and violence at rates higher than other groups. Dispersed from rural reservations to tightly knit urban centers, a major challenge is simply bringing people together, and youth in particular. Native youth initiatives are localized, however, and bringing youth together around common causes provides an opportunity. Voter registration and advocacy for issues affecting Indian Country are best affected through a distributed system. In 2018, millennials will be the biggest generation of eligible voters, ending 4-decade dominance by baby boomers. Youths must move past voter apathy. The States of Change project projects that by 2024, millennials will comprise 45% of eligible voters. Democratic pollster Celinda Lake projects that slightly more than half of millennials who voted in 2016 won't turn out in 2018. Our voter program targets this nationally disenfranchised group to galvanize the shift in future voter trends into 2020.