Lummi Nation re-elects four incumbents to council
Members of the Lummi Nation of Washington went to the polls on Saturday.

Four incumbents re-elected to the tribal council. Two of them received more than 60 percent of the vote in their respective races.

According to The Bellingham Herald, per capita payments surfaced as an issue during the campaign. Two of the winning incumbents opposed making such payments to tribal members.

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