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Newly Elected Council Members Make First Female Majority on Southern Ute Indian Tribal Council

 

December 18, 2019



Southern Ute Indian Reservation – On Monday, December 16, 2019 the Southern Ute Election Board presented the certified results from the 2019 General Election. Ramona Y. Eagle received 161 votes and newcomer Marjorie Barry received 157 votes, both securing their seats on the Southern Ute Indian Tribal Council. Unsuccessful candidates were James Mike Olguin (151) and Adam Red (135).

Council Member Elect Ramona Y. Eagle successfully earned the most votes to enter her fifth term on Tribal Council. Eagle previously served 11 years on Tribal Council and held positions as Treasurer and Vice Chairman. Eagle has worked in various departments throughout the Tribal organization and prior to retiring, she served as the Executive Officer under Chairman Clement J. Frost for 3 years.

https://www.southernute-nsn.gov/2019/12/16/news-release-newly-elected-council-members-make-first-female-majority-on-southern-ute-indian-tribal-council/

 

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