FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 2003 The Hopi Tribe of Arizona held a special primary for vice-chair on Wednesday. Mary Felter, the current secretary, took the most votes in the primary. If elected, she would be the first women to hold the vice-chair post. Felter will face Caleb Johnson, the tribe's housing commissioner, in the July 16 general election. Get the Story:
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