Seven candidates have filed to run for Big Horn County Sheriff, there will be fresh faces in the county attorney’s office, and two incumbents are facing an election against co-workers during this year’s mid-term county elections.
The Crow Tribal Court on Friday issued an order temporarily stopping the Crow Tribal Secretary’s Office and the Crow Tribal Election Commission from holding a run-off election on Nov. 27 between Center District Legislative candidates Wacey Real Bird, Kenny E. Pretty On Top and Lloyd Hogan III.
The canvasses and consolidated unofficial election results for the tribal general election were released during the early morning hours. The center Lodge District Race is the only contestable race based on stipulations set forth in Article VIII Sec. 13 the Crow Election ordinance.
Unofficial results in the tribal general election were released via livefeed, Saturday Nov 6.
Poles for the Crow tribal general election will remain open until 8 p.m. today, Nov. 6.
Lodge Grass Mayor James “Quincy” Dabney and Hardin Mayor Joe Purcell were re-elected by acclamation in Tuesday’s election.
In a strange twist of fate there seems to be two men born in the 1990s named Cody James Meeks, but which one is Crow? Will the real Cody Meeks please stand up?