Mescalero Apache Nation elects new president
Voters of the Mescalero Apache Nation of New Mexico elected a new president on Tuesday.

Carleton Naiche-Palmer, a tribal council member, won by a landslide. He defeated former president Sara Misquez by more than 250 votes.

Naiche-Palmer replaces outgoing president Mark Chino, who did not survive the tribe's primary last month.

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Naiche-Palmer new tribal leader (The Ruidoso News 11/9)

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