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Tribal RTOC: 2015-2017 Tribal Caucus Elections

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Elections for Tribal Caucus 2015-2017 Term

The RTOC is a working committee of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 9 and Federally Recognized Tribes in Arizona, California, and Nevada. The RTOC is co-chaired by Jeff Scott, Director of the EPA Region 9 Land Division and Cornelius Antone of the Tohono O'odham Nation. All tribes within Region 9 are members of the RTOC, but for organizational purposes, tribal leaders in each geographic area within the Region will nominate and later elect tribal representatives to the RTOC Tribal Caucus, as described in the RTOC Charter. This page will provide the election materials and updates on the election as we move through the process.

Election Update - Elections are Now Complete!

New Tribal Caucus for October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2017 Term

Nomination Information: we still have a few vacancies on the caucus (see Reps List for details, above), and nominations can still be submitted to Mariela Lopez (lopez.mariela@epa.gov) for those areas using the form below.

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