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The ASU Law Indian Legal Program held a Navajo Nation Presidential Debate on Oct. 26, 2022.

With the Navajo Nation general election only two weeks away, presidential candidates Jonathan Nez and Buu Nygren and are making their final pitches to voters — answering questions that ranged from government reform to job implementation for college graduates. Read more»

Voters are eligible to vote at the age of 18 and must register with their local Chapter House to qualify to vote in any Navajo Nation election.

The ballot for Navajo Nation president is set, as incumbent Jonathan Nez and challenger Buu Nygren both announced their vice presidential running mates at the Navajo Veterans Memorial Park in Window Rock on Monday. Read more»

President Jonathan Nez (center), his Chief of Staff Paulson Chaco (left) and First Lady Perphelia Nez (right) take notes during discussions following the State of the Nation address at the Navajo Nation Council on Oct. 21, 2019.

Voters on the Navajo Nation have narrowed down their presidential candidates from 15 to the two who will square off in November: incumbent Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and first-time presidential candidate Buu Nygren. Read more»

Dianna Nez, 65, waves at the Navajo Nation presidential candidates during a forum held at Twin Arrows Casino near Flagstaff on June 21, 2022.

Eleven of the 15 Navajo Nation presidential candidates running gathered at Twin Arrows Casino on June 21 to answer questions about how they would address issues affecting the Navajo economy, but none of them had a direct plan set in place. Read more»