Citizen Potawatomi Nation operates the Gaming Commission and the Boxing Commission to assure compliance with the Nations’ gaming ordinance, the National Indian Gaming Commission’s minimum internal control standards, the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, the Tribal-State gaming compact, and the internal control standards of the Nation. Learn More >>


The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Constitution was created in 1938, amended in 1985 and again in 2007, forming a structure that incorporates executive, legislative, and judicial functions. Learn More >>

Tribal Rolls

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation is a federally recognized tribe of more than 38,000 Tribal citizens around the world. To be eligible for Citizen Potawatomi Nation citizenship, individuals must be able to provide documents connecting them to an enrolled lineal ancestor. Learn More >>


The Election Committee is an independent board of appointed officials in charge of conducting and certifying all tribal elections. All candidates running for election must register and certify their candidacy with the Election Committee. The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Election Code dictates that CPN members become eligible to vote at the age of 18. Learn More >>