Cherokee Nation election candidate Bobby Slover, one of two Dist. 2 finalists for Saturday’s runoff election, was charged July 21 with accepti…
Within each of its 15 districts, the Cherokee Nation has between 1,829 and 3,763 registered voters, a figure that fluctuates but continues an …
At-Large candidate Robin Mayes claims the June 5 election should be voided because it operated under the wrong laws.
Robin Mayes says the June 5 election should be voided because it was conducted using the constitution.
The tribe’s attorney general’s office files five additional false personation charges.
The Cherokee Nation’s four runoff races for Tribal Council seats are scheduled for July 24.
Four incumbents retain seats while Dist. 15 will have a new representative. Four races will see another election.
At-Large candidates Johnny Jack Kidwell and Kyle Haskins will face each other in the Cherokee Nation’s runoff election on July 24.
Danny Callison secures the seat over former Tribal Councilor Meredith Frailey.
Victoria Vazquez, the district’s incumbent, wins another four years on Tribal Council.
Shaunda Handle-Davis and Melvina Shotpouch advance to the July 24 runoff.
Mike Shambaugh was first elected in a 2017 runoff with nearly 55% of the vote.
Joshua Sam and David Comingdeer will face each other in the Cherokee Nation’s July 24 runoff.
Dist. 2 candidates Candessa Tehee and Bobby Slover will square off again in the July 24 runoff.
See live up-to-date election results on June 5.
Fewer absentee ballots have been requested than in the 2019 principal chief’s election.
The Election Commission hopes to minimize crowds and maintain social distancing this election season.
The suspect, Lisa Dawn Cookson, was volunteering for a Dist. 2 candidate’s campaign.
To register, a citizen must be at least 18 years of age. Those age 17 who will turn 18 before the date of the general election are eligible to…
The Cherokee Nation Election Commission has a specific process to handle ballots to ensure voting accuracy.
The Cherokee Nation election law states what candidates, campaigners and voters can and cannot do on election day at voting sites.
Absentee ballot requests due by April 16 for June election.
There are more than 390,000 Cherokee Nation citizens, and more than 200,000 are eligible to vote in the tribal elections.
Masks will be required for voters in the Cherokee Nation’s 2021 election.
The June 5 general election candidates will be listed on the ballot based upon drawings held by the Election Commission.