Mashantucket Pequot chairman to seek another term
Thursday, October 9, 2003

The chairman of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation of Connecticut said he is running for re-election.

Michael J. Thomas has led the tribe since January. He wants to serve another three years.

Thomas also issued a challenge a rival political group that wants to reform the tribal government and make it more open to tribal members. The rival group is supporting vice chairman Richard A. �Skip� Hayward.

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Mashantucket Chairman Says He'll Seek Another Term (The New London Day 10/9)

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