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Under the canopy of a white tent, Anthony Allison told followers of the Navajo Voter’s Rights Coalition of his dissatisfaction with the political, electoral process on the Navajo Nation.

The presidential election is finally moving forward, based on a decision issued by the Navajo Nation Supreme Court on Friday.

The Navajo Nation Council supports reauthorization of federal housing dollars to the Navajo Housing Authority, but not provisions in a congressional bill that limits funds to the tribal housing entity.

Gallup’s relationship with its neighbors to the north and south took center stage as candidates participated in a candidate’s forum on the University of New Mexico-Gallup campus.

Joe Shirley Jr. and Russell Begaye, candidates for tribal president, were still waiting on Wednesday for some word from the Navajo Supreme Court on when the special presidential election will be held.

Former President Joe Shirley Jr. wonders whether decision of Navajo Nation Council to hold new primary has to do with government reform.

Briefs filed in the last week before the Navajo Supreme Court by a number of parties, including Dale Tsosie, Hank Whitethorne and the Navajo Election Administration are all encouraging the court to order that the special election for tribal president be held as soon as possible.

Arizona State Rep. and former Navajo Nation President Albert Hale will not be charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, Navajo County Attorney Brad Carlyon confirmed Wednesday.

Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly received the blessings of the 23rd Navajo Nation Council Thursday via a bill that supports him as interim president.

The immediate attention of the New Mexico Gaming Compact forced the Navajo Nation Council into recess Tuesday.