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Three Comanche Nation positions go to run-off elections

LAWTON, Okla._Three positions in the Comanche Nation will go to a run-off election: Comanche Nation Secretary/Treasurer, Comanche Business Committee No. 3 and Comanche Business Committee No. 4.

The voting sites for the June 14 election are as follows:

  • Lawton-Comanche Nation Elder Center, 1107 SW H Avenue, Lawton; the Comanche Nation Complex.
  • Anadarko-Comanche Nation Outreach Center, 117 SW 2nd Street
  • Apache-Comanche Nation Community Center, Julia Mahseet Road.
  • Cache-Cahoma Building, 725 Quanah Parker Trailway
  • Walters-Comanche Nation Community Center
  • Oklahoma City-Comanche Nation Outreach Center, 7390 S Walker Suite G

Early voting will be on Thursday, June 12, from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. at the Elder’s Center and at the Comanche Nation Complex. Polls will be open from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 14. All mail-in voting ballots must be received by June 14 to be counted.

In the Secretary/Treasurer Position: Jerry Tahsequah received 479 votes (30.34%); Susan Cothren received 421 votes (26.66%); Charles Wells received 355 votes (22.48%); and Ozzie Red Elk received 281 votes (17.8%). There will be a runoff between Tahsequah and Cothren.

In the CBC No. 3 Position: Incumbent Harry Mithlo received 704 votes (44.39%); Vernon Tehauno, Jr. received 321 votes (20.24%); and Joseph Aitson, Jr. received 512 votes (32.28%). There will be a runoff between Mithlo and Aitson.

In the CBC No. 4 Position: Incumbent Jack Codopony Sr. received 431 votes (27.26%); Clyde Narcomey received 523 votes (33.08%); Shelly Asepermy received 391 votes (24.73%); and Ronald Mahsetky received 203 votes (12.84%). There will be a runoff between Codopony and Narcomey.

All line items passed for the FY 2014-2015 $50,382,150.08 budget.

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