Politics

Lumbee Tribe re-elects Paul Brooks according to latest results





Paul Brooks won re-election as chairman of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina, according to unofficial results.

Brooks received 2,559 votes, or 52 percent, of the vote. Jimmy Goins, the closest challenger, saw 2,042 votes, or 42 percent.

"I look forward to working to move the tribe forward through the creation of jobs and education," Brooks said after the votes were tallied, The Robesonian reported.

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Lumbee Tribe Chairman Paul Brooks is re-elected (The Fayetteville Observer 11/14)
Lumbees stay with Brooks (The Robesonian 11/14)