Difference between revisions of "Referendum Election (Navajo Nation)"

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The '''Navajo Nation Election Code''' defines three different ways that members of the [[Navajo Nation]] can place [[ballot measure]]s on the ballot. They are:
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* Referendum measures may be referred to the people by the Navajo Nation Council where the Council determines by resolution that the people should decide the referendum measure.
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* Referendum measures may be referred by a Chapter Resolution to the registered voters of the Chapter within that Chapter Area.
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* [[Ballot initiative|Initiatives]] may be placed on a ballot by petition of the registered voters.
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{{Types of ballot measures}}
 
{{Types of ballot measures}}
  
 
[[Category:Native American tribal ballot measures]]
 
[[Category:Native American tribal ballot measures]]

Latest revision as of 15:03, 23 August 2009

The Navajo Nation Election Code defines three different ways that members of the Navajo Nation can place ballot measures on the ballot. They are:

  • Referendum measures may be referred to the people by the Navajo Nation Council where the Council determines by resolution that the people should decide the referendum measure.
  • Referendum measures may be referred by a Chapter Resolution to the registered voters of the Chapter within that Chapter Area.
  • Initiatives may be placed on a ballot by petition of the registered voters.