Dozens of people stood in line Friday morning at the Tuba City Judicial District to hear oral arguments regarding whether Christopher Clark Deschene should be disqualified from being a candidate for the office of the Navajo Nation President because he does not speak fluent Diné Bizaad.
An attempt by a group of Navajos as well as unsuccessful candidates for president to get Chris Deschene removed from the general election ballot has failed. Officials for the Navajo
Former Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr. went for youth in picking his vice presidential candidate Tuesday. Dineh Benally, son of presidential candidate Donald Benally, is 37 with a master’s
Hozho – the Navajo principle of balance with the natural world – is among a slew of reasons presidential hopeful Christopher Clark Deschene has selected Fannie Lowe Atcitty as his
“Yeego Chris! Yeego Chris! Yeego Chris!” Those were the words and chants coming from supporters of Navajo Nation Presidential Candidate Chris Deschene, who held blue and white campaign signs and
Unofficial results for Navajo Nation Presidential Primary, as reported by the Navajo Nation Elections Administration on Tuesday night, Aug. 26, 2014: 110 of 110 polls reporting Joe Shirley, Jr.: 10,910