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Nez wins with 39,783 votes to Shirley’s 20,146 votes

UNOFFICIAL RESULTS FOR 2018 NAVAJO NATION GENERAL ELECTION PRESIDENTIAL RACE WITH 110 OF 110 NAVAJO PRECINCTS REPORTING: JONATHAN NEZ, 39,783 JOE SHIRLEY, 20,146 UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS from Navajo Election Administration for Navajo Nation Council, Board of Election Supervisors, Board of Education, and Referendum question on pay raises for positions of President and Vice President are […]

Website for Unofficial 2018 Navajo General Election

Courtesy of the Navajo Election Administration, you may follow unofficial results of today’s Navajo Nation General Election after polls close at 7:00 p.m. by clicking on the following link: Unofficial Election Night Results – Navajo Nation General 2018 Thank you, Jared Touchin Office of the Speaker (928) 871-7160

Navajo Council special session 10-30-18

PRESS RELEASE – The 23rd Navajo Nation Council is scheduled to convene in a special session on Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 1:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber in Window Rock to consider Legislation No. 0345-18, which seeks to amend the Navajo Nation’s fiscal year 2019 Comprehensive Budget. On Sept. 4, the Navajo Nation Council unanimously […]

Navajo bill seeks to lower recall signature requirements

LEGISLATION 0239-18: An Action Relating to Law and Order, Naabik’iyati’ and the Navajo Nation Council; Amending the Navajo Nation Election Code at 11 N.N.C. § 241 (A) to lower percentage of signatures requirement on recall petitions from 60 to 30% of voters voting in last election for position in questions goes before the Navajo Nation […]

Navajo legislation addresses closure of “multiple” power plants

The Navajo Nation Council Resources & Development has LEGISLATION 0337-18: An Action Relating to Resources and Development; Establishing a Natural Resources Economic Development Subcommittee to Address the Potential Closure of Multiple Power Generating Stations and Federal Mines and to Explore Other Economic Development Opportunities on its Oct. 22, 2018, meeting PROPOSED AGENDA. Bill sponsor:is RDC Vice Chairman Benjamin Bennett. RDC […]

Navajo Council Delegate says he adopted Stanley Pollack as his tribal leader

STILL HERE AT NAVAJO COUNCIL NAABIK’IYATI COMMITTEE LEGISALTION 0256-18: AMENDING TITLE 1 ENROLLMENT PROCEDURES AT TITLE 1, NAVAJO NATION CODE, SECTIONS 701, 702, 752 AND 753 SPONSOR, DELEGATE AMBER CROTTY Had executive sessions with individuals cuz cases sealed so looked at enrollment for alternative way to become Navajo citizen. Average one to two individuals a […]

Navajo Council supports veterans housing program

PRESS RELEASE – Navajo Nation Council supports the establishment of the Navajo Veterans Housing Program WINDOW ROCK – (7-17-18) During the second day of the 2018 Summer Council Session, the 23rd Navajo Nation Council voted in support of Legislation No. 0021-18, establishing the Navajo Veterans Housing Program within the Navajo Veterans Administration. Legislation sponsor Council Delegate […]

Event to obtain delayed birth certificates successful

PRESS RELEASE – Delayed birth certificate public outreach events draw large public response WINDOW ROCK– On July 18,Speaker LoRenzo Bates (Nenahnezad, Newcomb, San Juan, Tiis Tsoh Sikaad, Tse’Daa’Kaan, Upper Fruitland) and Council Delegate Steven Begay (Coyote Canyon, Mexican Springs, Naschitti, Tohatchi, Bahastl’a’a’) said they are pleased that many Diné citizens are getting assistance and benefitting […]

Navajo Housing Authority hires CEO

PRESS RELEASE – Navajo Housing Authority Board of Commissioners hire new CEO, Craig Dougall WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – Today the Navajo Housing Authority (NHA), announced that its Board of Commissioners have selected and appointed Mr. Craig Dougall as its new Chief Executive Officer. “It is our pleasure to announce Mr. Craig Dougall to take the […]

Sen. Udall leads hearing on American Indian water rights bills

PRESS RELEASE – Sen. Tom Udall Leads Indian Affairs Legislative Hearing on Water Rights Bills WASHINGTON — U.S. Senator Tom Udall, vice chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, joined Committee Chairman John Hoeven (R-N.D.) in leading a legislative hearing to receive testimony on two bills related to tribal water rights settlements, including Udall’s […]