Category Archives: Government

Constitution And Bylaws

Constitution and Bylaws of The Caddo Indian Tribe of Oklahoma (As ratified June 26, 1976, amended January 9, 1982 and June 29, 2002)

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Constitutional Amendments

The following constitutional amendments were approved by the membership of the Caddo Nation during the 29 June 2002 Secretarial Election.  Amendment A The current Article I – Definition of Terms shall be amended to read: ARTICLE I – DEFINITION OF … Continue reading

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Election Board

2016 General Election information found here. The Caddo Nation of Oklahoma Election Board consist of 5 members. The Election Board is to be responsible for conducting all tribal elections, and a procedure for resolving election disputes. Caddo Nation General Election … Continue reading

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Election Ordinance

Election Ordinance of the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma SECTION 1 – AUTHORITY This election ordinance is established by the Tribal Council of the Caddo Indian Nation of Oklahoma under authority delegated by Article VII, Section 2, of the Caddo Nation … Continue reading

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Hearing Board

The Caddo Nation Hearing Board consists of five members who are elected by the membership at large.

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Government

In 1938, the Constitution for the Caddo Indians of Oklahoma became an established government. The Tribal Council is composed of eight members: the Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary, Treasurer, Oklahoma City Representative, Binger Representative, Anadarko Representative, and Fort Cobb Representative. The Representatives … Continue reading

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Voter Registration Form

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