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Edison J. Wauneka

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Edison Wauneka ( Courtesy of Navajo Preparatory School)
Edison Wauneka, executive director of the Navajo Election Administration, stepped down as president of the school's board of trustees on Friday after he was found to be in violation of the Navajo Nation Code and its 2012 amendments. On June 24, Newcomb resident Kerby Johnson filed a complaint with the Navajo Election Administration and the Navajo Board of Election Supervisors stating Wauneka was in violation of Title 11 of the Navajo Nation Code, which prohibits current election administration employees from serving as board members for Navajo Nation schools. During its July 11 meeting, the election administration's board tabled action about the possible removal of Wauneka. That led Johnson to file a statement of grievance with the Office of Hearing and Appeals that same day. "It seemed like the board didn't want to address the issues," Johnson said. "(Wauneka) resigning is his way of getting out without being held accountable for holding that position that long." Attempts to get comment from Wauneka's office were unsuccessful. Election administration deputy director J.R. Thompson said Johnson's letter was being handled by the Office of Hearing and Appeals before Wauneka filed his resignation letter. "The fact there is a letter of resignation by Mr. Wauneka from the school board caused the OHA to dismiss the case," Thompson said. "Edison has been a real instrumental leader for our school for many, many years," Ojaye said. Wauneka was re-elected last year to the school board for his fourth term, hitting his term limit on being a school board member, according to election code. Navajo Prep's board of trustees will operate with three members until a replacement is found for Wauneka. His replacement will serve the rest of Wauneka's term until 2016.


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Edison Wauneka ( Courtesy of Navajo Preparatory School)
Edison Wauneka, executive director of the Navajo Election Administration, stepped down as president of the school's board of trustees on Friday after he was found to be in violation of the Navajo Nation Code and its 2012 amendments. On June 24, Newcomb resident Kerby Johnson filed a complaint with the Navajo Election Administration and the Navajo Board of Election Supervisors stating Wauneka was in violation of Title 11 of the Navajo Nation Code, which prohibits current election administration employees from serving as board members for Navajo Nation schools. During its July 11 meeting, the election administration's board tabled action about the possible removal of Wauneka. That led Johnson to file a statement of grievance with the Office of Hearing and Appeals that same day. "It seemed like the board didn't want to address the issues," Johnson said. "(Wauneka) resigning is his way of getting out without being held accountable for holding that position that long." Attempts to get comment from Wauneka's office were unsuccessful. Election administration deputy director J.R. Thompson said Johnson's letter was being handled by the Office of Hearing and Appeals before Wauneka filed his resignation letter. "The fact there is a letter of resignation by Mr. Wauneka from the school board caused the OHA to dismiss the case," Thompson said. "Edison has been a real instrumental leader for our school for many, many years," Ojaye said. Wauneka was re-elected last year to the school board for his fourth term, hitting his term limit on being a school board member, according to election code. Navajo Prep's board of trustees will operate with three members until a replacement is found for Wauneka. His replacement will serve the rest of Wauneka's term until 2016.


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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.
Wauneka 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.


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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. He 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.


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FARMINGTON - Although a district court judge on Friday ordered that Tuesday's special election be suspended, Navajo Election Administration Executive Director Edison Wauneka says the election is still on.
While Wauneka said he was surprised by the ruling, he maintained that the special election will continue as scheduled. "We're going to keep going," Wauneka said, adding that his office will file an appeal as soon as possible on Monday. With two courts issuing conflicting decisions, Wauneka said the election administration will continue to follow the high court's directive. Wauneka said the district court ruling violates the voting rights of those who have already cast ballots, as well as the rights of the candidates. Early walk-in voting for the special election ended Friday, and absentee mail-in ballots will be accepted until 7 p.m. Tuesday, Wauneka said. It also requested a temporary restraining order against the election administration and Wauneka.


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