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Edison Wauneka, executive ...
Edison Wauneka, executive director of the Navajo Election Administration, said the results will remain unofficial until the Navajo Board of Election Supervisors certifies the results on Aug. 6.
said the election went smoothly, and the unofficial results include ballots that were submitted during early walk-in voting, which started June 22 and ended on July 17.
Executive director of the NEA ...
Executive director of the NEA Edison Wauneka, explained that the date of the election will allow the NEA to comply with the court's order to fill the vacant board positions.
The court states, "The election for these vacancies shall be held in conjunction with the presidential election."
To meet the filing and certification requirements for the vacant board positions, the NEA determined April 21 to be the earliest election date.
added that his
office was unable to move forward with the election prior to the Supreme Court's ruling on Friday.
During a NBOES meeting held on ...
During a NBOES meeting held on May 21, NEA executive director Edison Wauneka said it was important for the referendum measure to remain on course for the July 21 election to remain in compliance with the timeline established by law.
Wauneka also stated that the NEA is tasked with educating the public in regards to the referendum to ensure that voters are able to make an informed decision.
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Mr. Wauneka has served on the NPS Board of Trustees since 2001 and was re-elected for his fourth consecutive term in 2012.
Mr. Wauneka is from the Oak Springs Community and is currently the Executive Director of the Navajo Election Administration.
Navajo Election Administration ...
Navajo Election Administration Executive Director Edison Wauneka said he was pleased with the high court's decision in an interview after Monday's court hearing.
"All the work we put into (it), at least, it's not going to waste and also the money that we put in. So for that, I'm glad the decision is to continue the election," Wauneka
said all 110 chapter precincts will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday and people can contact either the main election office in Window Rock or the agency election offices if they have questions.