Keith Austin wins the race against William "Bill" Pearson by 73 votes, according to unofficial results.
The Election Commission scheduled the election after the tribe's Supreme Court determined that a winner could not be determined with mathemati…
The court did not issue a written opinion when it announced its decision, but justices said they would release one within the statutorily mand…
According to official recount results, Betsy Swimmer and Wanda Hatfield remain the candidates for the At-Large Tribal Council seat in the July…
Official recount results show that William "Bill" Pearson is the Tribal Councilor-elect for Dist. 14.
Election Commissioners certify the general election results during their special meeting on June 29.
Shawn Crittenden defeats Corey Bunch in the general election to become the new Tribal Councilor for part of Adair County, according to certifi…
According to certified results, Wanda Hatfield leads with 25.94 percent while Betsy Swimmer is second with 18.9 percent.
Certified election results from the Cherokee Nation's Election Commission show William "Bill" Pearson winner in Dist. 14 by one vote.
According to certified election results, Buel Anglen wins with 63.67 percent of the votes.
Certified election results show Tribal Councilor Dick Lay receiving 61.18 percent of the votes.
Natalie Fullbright receives 44.11 percent of the vote, while Bryan Warner receives 35.76 percent in the district that covers eastern Sequoyah County.
Incumbent David Walkingstick is re-elected for Dist. 3 Tribal Councilor, defeating four challengers by earning 54.1 percent of the votes.
Rex Jordan receives 856 votes to Ryan Sierra's 494 votes, according certified election results.
Certified election results show S. Joe Crittenden winning the deputy chief race with more than 62.62 percent of the vote.
Bill John Baker receives 52.66 percent of the vote, which includes absentee, early voting and election-day votes.
As of 4:50 p.m. on June 28, nothing had been posted or announced by the Cherokee Nation's Election Commission regarding the outcome of the app…
Tribal Council incumbents David Walkingstick and Dick Lay are leading their respective races.
Given the public interest generated by a campaign mailer paid for by the Chad Smith campaign, the Cherokee Phoenix will publish this Truth Rep…
The general election will be held June 27, but there will be four early voting days at the Election Services Office on June 20 and 23-25.
Voters who want to cast absentee ballots but the missed the deadline may still can do so at the Election Services Office on June 20 and June 23-25.
The candidates were given two minutes each for opening remarks before being asked five questions.
The questions' topics were provided to all candidates 24 hours in advance to ensure fairness.
Focusing on health care, job creation and government transparency, four principal chief candidates got in their opening salvos May 15 in a tel…