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First Navajo Woman Lynda Lovejoy to run for President



I saw this article, "Lovejoy to vie for presidency in Navajo's November elections" in Indian Country Today and it made my day! No, my week! I was just talking about her to a friend yesterday. I didn't know she was running in the primaries for Navajo President, but I knew her when I was lobbying for Navajo communities at the New Mexico state legislature in Sante Fe in 1996. She mentored me and helped me along and her office was my homebase while I was there. The other male Navajo state senators didn't give me the time of day-- and I was lobbying to pass a bill to bring electricity to a Navajo community! She is an amazing woman, a great example to younger women and truly cares about the people. She will make a great Navajo president! Hooray! President Lovejoy!
Jacqueline Keeler
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