The intent and purpose of the Hopi Election Board and Elections Office, through the Office of the Hopi Tribal Registrar, is to provide voter information to Hopi Tribal adult members.
The Hopi Election Board and Elections Office conducts the elections for the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Hopi Tribal Council and The Hopi Tribal Referendum. Special interest groups ie: schools, villages, and independent groups may request for assistance with their elections.
The Hopi Election Board and Election Office provide the opportunity for eligible Hopi adult members to receive voter information and participate in elections for the Hopi Tribe, County, State and National Elections. Election assistance is available for Villages and organizations throughout the Hopi Reservation.
The Hopi Election Board consists of a five member board and three alternate members. Board members are:
Vacant , Chairman
Colleen Seletstewa, Vice Chairman, Village of Mishungnuvi
Adrinne Masaquaptewa, Village of Hotevilla
Marlene Sekayquaptewa, Village of Bacavi
Cheryl Tenakhongva, Village of Hotevilla
Alternate Members: Dorothy Ami, 1st Alternate, Village of Tewa, Vacant, 2nd Alternate, 3rd Alternate.
If interested in becoming a board member, apply to The Hopi Tribal Secretary’s Office, Hopi Tribe.
To update your voter information, you may contact The Hopi Election Office.
Election Office personnel: Anita Fred, Administrative Secretary and Karen L. Shupla, Tribal Registrar.
Location to Hopi Election Office: Intersection of Arizona State Highway 264 and BIA Route 2 (Leupp Road), adjacent to Hopi Arts, Kykotsmovi, Arizona
Inquiries, questions or concerns can be directed to the Hopi Elections Office: 1-928-734-2507/2508, e-mail: [email protected], Fax: 1-928-734-1257