March 1, 2013

Wesselhoft continues tradition of CPN leaders in the State Legislature

An ordained Southern Baptist minister who spent nearly two decades as a U.S. Army Chaplain, Representative Paul Wesselhoft (R) is one of three members of the […]
July 27, 2015

Representative Paul Wesselhoft to speak on looted Nazi and Native American art

On Tues. July 27, 2015, Representative Paul Wesselhoft, a member of the Oklahoma state and Citizen Potawatomi legislatures, will speak at the monthly CPN Veterans Meeting […]
March 23, 2018

District 9 – Paul Wesselhöft

Bozho nikanek (Hello friends), Nov. 11, France celebrated the 100th anniversary of the American intervention in World War I on the Western Front. In celebration of […]
November 1, 2019

Tribal election notice for 2020

Citizen Potawatomi Nation voters prepare to elect candidates for two Oklahoma legislative seats — Districts 9 and 12. CPN members will cast their ballots during the election on June 27, 2020, that takes place during the Family Reunion Festival.
March 4, 2020

Tribal candidate Q&As: March 2020 — District 9

Citizen Potawatomi voters will cast ballots for two races for Oklahoma’s at-large legislative seats this June. The Hownikan asked the candidates about their backgrounds and reasons for running for Tribal office.
April 17, 2020

Tribal candidate Q&As: April 2020 — District 9

In addition to the annual Tribal budget, Citizen Potawatomi voters will cast ballots for two races for Oklahoma’s at-large legislative seats this June. The Hownikan asked the candidates about cultural connections, challenges and the future.
May 13, 2020

Tribal candidate Q&As: May 2020 — District 9

In addition to the annual Tribal budget, Citizen Potawatomi voters will cast ballots for two races for Oklahoma’s at-large legislative seats this June. The Hownikan had Q&As with each candidate.
June 8, 2020

Tribal candidate final statements: May 2020 — Districts 9 & 12

In addition to the annual Tribal budget, Citizen Potawatomi voters will cast ballots for two races for Oklahoma’s at-large legislative seats this June. The Hownikan had Q&As with each candidate. These are their final statements.