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Content about 2012 Osage Nation General Election

June 11, 2012

The Osage Nation Election Day was held on Monday, June 4, 2012 on the Osage Nation Campus in Pawhuska

The Osage Nation Election Day was held on Monday, June 4, 2012 on the Osage Nation Campus in Pawhuska. Osages had the opportunity to vote from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the next six members on the Third Osage Nation Congress.

June 6, 2012

Election Board to certify results Friday; Results breakdown: Edwards receives highest number of absentee votes, Maker receives highest number of in-person votes

The Osage Nation Election Office received 18 provisional ballots mailed for the June 4 General Election, but those ballots will not be counted toward the final results because that number is not high enough to impact the unofficial results.

April 20, 2012

“I believe that the businesses of the Osage Nation must thrive in order to ensure services and benefits to the Osage people wherever they may live.”

The economic health of the Osage Nation is, and will continue to be, a top priority for six-year Osage Congressman and candidate Mark J. Simms. “The way the Osage people will prosper is to make Osage businesses profitable,”  Simms says. “I believe that the businesses of the Osage Nation must thrive in order to ensure services and benefits to the Osage people wherever they may live,” he adds. “Strong businesses will be the pillars that uphold the Osage Nation.

April 19, 2012

"I look forward to building on some of the good decisions that have been made by Congress, and I am confident that we will be able to work through the current challenges."

As a life long resident of Osage county, I- Hank Hainzinger, have been honored by the number of people who have encouraged me to run for Osage Nation Congress. It was in part because of their confidence and the support of my family that I now have the distinct privilege of being a candidate for Osage Nation Congress in 2012. As you read on you will learn more about me and understand why I felt the need to run for Congress.

April 18, 2012

The Osage News will be interviewing on camera the 2012 candidates running for the Third Osage Nation Congress. The eleventh candidate to be interviewed in our series "Candidate Talk" is Hank Hainzinger.

The Osage News will be interviewing on camera the 2012 candidates running for the Third Osage Nation Congress. The eleventh candidate to be interviewed in our series "Candidate Talk" is Hank Hainzinger.

April 2, 2012

"I will always be dedicated to the Osage people and Osage Nation and I will serve with honesty, integrity, passion and compassion."

Archie Mason announces his candidacy for reelection to the Osage Nation Congress. "I consider it an honor to serve and contribute my best to our Osage people and way of life.  I will always be dedicated to the Osage people and Osage Nation and I will serve with honesty, integrity, passion and compassion", says Archie.

March 29, 2012

"The Osage people want true cultural representation and that is what they deserve."

March 28, 2012

"I want to work with you to help grow our Nation to greater strength, more security, and a continuously-flowing prosperity."

I am John F. Maker, and today I am announcing my candidacy for Congressman for the Third Osage Nation Congress. I want to work with you to help grow our Nation to greater strength, more security, and a continuously-flowing prosperity.

March 27, 2012

The Osage News will be interviewing on camera the 2012 candidates running for the Third Osage Nation Congress. The first candidate to be interviewed in our series "Candidate Talk" is Olivia "Libbi" Gray.

The Osage News will be interviewing on camera the 2012 candidates running for the Third Osage Nation Congress. The first candidate to be interviewed in our series "Candidate Talk" is Olivia "Libbi" Gray.

March 26, 2012

“It has been my honor to serve as your representative to the Osage Nation Congress and I am pleased to announce my candidacy for reelection.”

It has been my honor to serve as your representative to the Osage Nation Congress and I am pleased to announce my candidacy for reelection.  Over the past five and-a-half years, I have worked to promote laws that benefit the Osage people, to establish uniform processes for our government operations, and to expand and improve direct services to all my constituents. I am a fiscal conservative and demand accountability and effectiveness for the expenditure of Osage Nation funds.

My key legislative achievements are: