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Election 2014 Politics

No appeal so certification of fluency referendum near

No one appealed the recent decision by the Navajo Nation Office of Hearings and Appeals dismissing a grievance on the language fluency referendum.

Election 2014 Politics

Hearings and Appeals dismisses election grievance case

The Navajo Office of Hearings and Appeals Wednesday dismissed a grievance filed last week complaining about how the Navajo fluency election was conducted in Klagetoh.

Election 2014

Begaye, Nez officially certified

Russell Begaye and Jonathan Nez were certified by the Navajo election office Monday as the winners in the April 21 special election for tribal president and vice-president.

Election 2014

Begaye-Nez Inauguration to be held at Fighting Scouts Events Center on May 12

Navajo Nation President-Elect Russell Begaye and Vice-President Elect Jonathan Nez this weekend released some details of the upcoming swearing-in ceremony and transition.

Election 2014

Votes recounted in some chapters

Votes in certain chapters were manually recounted Thursday at the request of minions of the Joe Shirley, Jr. and Dineh Benally campaign.

Election 2014

In Western, crickets

For some voters on Tuesday, Western Navajo had a broken-hearted atmosphere.

Election 2014 People

Deschene voted, but not for president

Former presidential candidate Christopher Clark Deschene voted in Tuesday’s general election.

Election 2014

Begaye-Nez supporters celebrate victory

supporters of Russell Begaye and Jonathan Nez prepared to march over to the Window Rock Sports Center and celebrate one of the biggest upsets in tribal politics in decades.

Election 2014

Shirley: ‘The numbers are what they are’

“It’s not what we expected but you know all along we wanted for the people to speak. They have and the numbers are what they are.”

Election 2014

Navajo Supreme Court orders election to be held

The Navajo Supreme Court Monday ordered Tuesday’s election for tribal president to go forward after declaring that Friday’s district court decision to be “null and void.”