Six Nations Elected Council to have vote on proposed changes to election code at what its calling it’s Annual General Assembly

Six Nations new election officer Lori Harris met with Six Nations Elected Council to discuss changes to the election code and coming vote. (Screen shot SNEC meeting)

Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) is combing a vote on potential election code changes with what it is billing as its Annual General Assembly (AGA). The Six Nations community will be voting on possible changes to the 2019 election code, but for the majority of band members, they will have to attend the Annual General Assembly (AGA) to vote. Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC) approved a community vote on amendments to the election code at its general Council meeting on July 25. The vote will be held at the Community Hall during the AGA on August 24 from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. With Six Nations headed to the polls this November the AGA is the first AGA the council will have held in its four year term. Elders in…

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