David Flood – Candidate for Nishnawbe-Aski Nation Deputy Grand Chief

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THUNDER BAY – In August, Chiefs from across Nishnawbe-Aski Nation territory will select their leadership. David Flood is seeking the role as NAN Deputy Grand Chief.

David sat down with NetNewsLedger.com to talk about the issues he sees as important, and to share what areas of expertise that he would bring to the role as a NAN Deputy Grand Chief.

Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) Electoral Officer Larry Amos has received and approved nomination papers from the following persons for the position of Grand Chief (1) and Deputy Grand Chief (3) for the August 2015 election for the Executive Council of Nishnawbe Aski Nation:

Candidates for Grand Chief:
Alvin Fiddler
Les Louttit
Harvey Yesno

Candidates for Deputy Grand Chief:

Anna Betty Achneepineskum
Darius Ferris
Dave Flood
Derek Fox
Goyce Kakegamic
Rex Knapaysweet
Mike Metatawabin
Walter Naveau
Theresa Spence
Terry Waboose

Chiefs and proxies from NAN’s 49 First Nations will vote for members of the Executive Council on August 12, 2015 during the XXXIV Keewaywin Conference in Aroland First Nation (August 11-13, 2015). Elections are held in accordance with the NAN Election Code, which states that a candidate must obtain 50 per cent plus one of the votes cast to be elected.
The official campaign period runs from July 14, 2015 to August 12, 2015


NetNewsLedger has offered all of the candidates running for Grand Chief or Deputy Grand Chief with Nishnawbe-Aski Nation the opportunity to share with our readers and viewers their vision and thoughts on the issues of the day. Contact us at newsroom@netnewsledger.com

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