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Tushkahoma & 2015 Chahta Elections: it starts now!

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Since we have been on-air, we have discussed the issues we see within the Chahta Nation and looked at ways to resolve it. With Tushkahoma taking place next weekend and Chahta's from around the country attending, we should have been having more of this discussion earlier. The guest for this show is Stephanie Crowder, a Chahta woman whose heart is for what is best for her people.

We have seen that Mike Bailey has began utilizing social media for his bid for Chief, who else is going to step up to offer them selves to the people? Candidates will file next year, and hopefully we can be effectively organized that we can sit the candidates down to listen to what we want and need. And I intend to be one of those candidates. That is of no suprise to anyone who has been listening to my show, following my posts on Facebook or blog.

Its been said that I would have no chance of winning, however, the point is to demonstrate that I will try in spite of the odds. The least I expect is that people will begin to look at issues in a different way, people will assert their responsibilities as Chahta people. It isn't about power, that is a Nahullo word for control. The voices will have to begin to shake the flimsy foundation created through the federal government. We need a true Nation whose priority is our culture, spirituality, language and lands. So maybe I may not win, but do many of you believe in prayer? Do you believe amazing things can happen. I do!

Join us for a few hours so that we can begin coming together, we can only have a unified front if our voices come together and through that our prayers can come through. And if you plan on attending Tushkahoma next weekend, look for us there!
 

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