From the Comanche Nation Election Office
Attention Comanche Nation Absentee Voters:
Absentee ballots were sent via express mail on 05/03/2021; most absentee voters should receive their ballots today. The Comanche Nation Election office encourages tribal members to return their ballots as quickly as possible. Ballots must be received by the Lawton Post Office by 12:00 pm on 05/15/2021. Please contact the Election Office at 580-492-3785 if you have any questions.
ATTENTION COMANCHE NATION MEMBERS
The recent mandate for quarantine of our own Funeral Home is warranted. The Comanche Nation is following the Center for Disease Control (CDC) protocol and practices. The Nation has been proactive in all situations that calls for safety of every Comanche Nation member. This event is no different, and should be looked upon as 100% safety first.
Those members who have lost a loved one-
NOTICE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC
EFFECTIVE JUNE 9, 2020 COMANCHE NATION FUNERAL HOME WILL BE IN QUARENTINE UNTIL JUNE 23, 2020. WE WILL RESUME FULL OPERATIONS AT THAT TIME. YOU MAY STILL CALL 580 351-0045 FOR ASSISTANCE AT ANY TIME. LAWTON RITTER GRAY ADVISED THAT THEY WOULD BE HAPPY TO ASSIST DURING THIS TIME.
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“When Governor Stitt took a legal position that the Comanche Nation’s Gaming Compact expired on December 31, 2019, the Comanche Nation sued Governor Stitt and the State of Oklahoma. Indeed, the Nation takes the legal position—and continues to take the legal position in unity with all Oklahoma tribes—that the Gaming Compacts automatically renew. So why would the Nation now voluntarily dismiss its lawsuit against Governor Stitt and Oklahoma? The bottom line is that the Nation signed a Compact that is much better than its old Gaming Compact.
Comanche Tribal Administrators Financial Report ending May17, 2019.
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Chairman William Nelson Sr., and Vice Chairman, Lanora Parker, took the Oath of Office and were Sworn in the morning of January 19, 2019 at the Comanche Nation Complex. The conference room was full of family, friends, and tribal members. The ceremony included the Comanche Business Committee and those in attendance being cedared by members of the Comanche Native American Church. Also in attendance were the newly elected lawyers, Rosette, LLP. Photos by Jolene Schonchin/ Comanche Nation PIO-News