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Chuck Hoskin

Cherokee Nation Chief of Staff

Tribal Council

HQ Phone:  (828) 497-7030

Email: c***@***.org

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Tribal Council

810 Acquoni Road Suite 118B Deliveries By Couriers

Cherokee, North Carolina,28719

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Veteran and Military Affairs Committee


Affiliations

Chuck Hoskin

Representative


Cherokee Nation Businesses L.L.C

Secretary of State


Cherokee Nation Foundation

Secretary of State


CN Communications

Secretary of State


China

Secretary of State


Nowata County

Representative


Dove Science Academy

School Advisory Board Member


Platform Committee

Member


Cherokee Nation Tribal Council

Elected Member


Education

Associate's degree

NEO A&M


Associates of Arts degree

Northeastern Oklahoma A & M College


Bachelor of Arts degree

University of Oklahoma


Bachelor of Arts degree

Vinita High School


Bachelor's degree

Education

NSU


Juris Doctorate degree


Juris Doctorate degree

University of Oklahoma Law School


Masters of Education Degree

School Administration

Northeastern


associate degree

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College


bachelor's Degree

education

Northeastern State University


master's degree

education

Northeastern State University


Web References(72 Total References)


www.cherokeephoenix.org

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. - At its March 14 meeting, the Tribal Council approved the renomination of Chuck Hoskin Jr. as the Cherokee Nation's secretary of state.
He has served as state secretary since 2013 and officially began his second term following his confirmation and oath of office. Hoskin, who served as a Tribal Councilor from 2007-13, thanked Principal Chief Bill John Baker and the legislators for the "confidence" they have in him. Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. takes his oath while his wife, January, holds a Bible as Supreme Court Justice John Garrett swears him into his second term as secretary during the March 14 Tribal Council meeting in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. STACIE GUTHRIE/CHEROKEE PHOENIX Tribal Councilor Joe Byrd leads the March 14 Tribal Council meeting at the W.W. Keeler Tribal Complex in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. At the meeting, councilors reconfirmed Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. to a second term. STACIE GUTHRIE/CHEROKEE PHOENIX Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. takes his oath while his wife, January, holds a Bible as Supreme Court Justice John Garrett swears him into his second term as secretary during the March 14 Tribal Council meeting in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. STACIE GUTHRIE/CHEROKEE PHOENIX


nativenewsonline.net [cached]

(L-R) Seated: Robert G. McSwain, IHS principal deputy director and Principal Chief Bill John Baker. Standing: Charles Grim, deputy director for Cherokee Nation Health Services, Gary Hartz, IHS director of environmental health and engineering, Chuck Hoskin, Cherokee Nation chief of staff, Tribal Council Speaker Joe Byrd, Brian Hail, CEO of W.W. Hastings Hospital and Connie Davis, executive director of Cherokee Nation Health Services.


www.cherokeephoenix.org

Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. released a statement on Dec. 22 stating the tribe appreciated Lay's service on the board but that the position is an CN administration appointment and the executive branch was in the process of selecting his successor.
In an opinion, Attorney General Todd Hembree addresses the discrepancy in the length of Doyle's term after having a question presented to him by Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. Hoskin said the administration vetted the nominee. The Phoenix requested vetting documents from Hoskin but was told no vetting documentation existed. Few understand the connection between broadband and rural economic development the way she does," CN Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. said. Secretary of State Chuck Hoskin Jr. reiterated what Burris discussed at a Rules Committee meeting earlier in the day, saying Burris confirmed that his brother Lyle would resign if Burris were to receive approval. Hoskin said he has no doubt Burris would follow rules in place to recuse a judge. Tribal Councilor Cara Cowan Watts asked Hoskin if Burris was related to any elected officials, board members or constitutional appointees. Hoskin said Burris's daughter, Amber George, sits on the Cherokee Nation Foundation board and his son-in-law, Buck George, sits on the Cherokee Nation Businesses board of directors. No judge would speculate on a case that might come before them," Hoskin said.


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Representative Chuck Hoskin
Chuck will need your help to win in November. Donate today! Chuck Hoskin has been a life-long resident of Northeastern Oklahoma. Chuck was born in Claremore and was raised on a farm near Vinita. He graduated from Vinita High School in 1970 and enlisted in the U.S. Navy. Chuck was stationed aboard the U.S.S. Independence and upon his... Chuck will need your help to win this November. Paid for by Friends of Chuck Hoskin


www.chuckhoskin.com

Representative Chuck Hoskin
Chuck Hoskin has been a life-long resident of Northeastern Oklahoma. Chuck was born in Claremore and was raised on a farm near Vinita. He graduated from Vinita High School in 1970 and enlisted in the U.S. Navy. Chuck was stationed aboard the U.S.S. Independence and upon his honorable discharge became a Journeyman Iron Worker like his father and brother. While working he returned to school in the evenings and received his Associates of Arts degree from Northeastern Oklahoma A & M College in Miami. Chuck continued his education at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah and worked as a Letter Carrier earning his Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences. He was an American History and Government teacher in the Vinita Public School system for many years. He received his Masters of Education Degree in School Administration also from Northeastern and worked as an administrator for Locust Grove Public Schools. Chuck was an elected member of the Cherokee Nation Tribal Council from 1995-2007 representing Cherokees living in Craig and Nowata counties. He chaired the Education Committee for 12 years and also served as the Deputy Speaker. Chuck was first elected to the Oklahoma House of Representatives in 2006 and has served in numerous leadership capacities: Democratic Caucus as Chair, Floor Leader and Whip. He is currently the ranking Democrat on the Veteran and Military Affairs Committee and also serves on the Full Appropriations and Budget and Public Safety Committees. Chuck has worked hard to represent his constituents in the Legislature over the past eight years and works with local officials to improve roads and bridges, enhance public safety, strengthen access to healthcare, ensure veteran's benefits, and stand strong for our public schools. In addition to his duties as a legislator, Chuck currently serves the Cherokee Nation as the Chief of Staff, Executive Director of Education Services and Senior Advisor to Health Services. Paid for by Friends of Chuck Hoskin


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