Hannahville Indian Community re-elects four tribal leaders
Members of the Hannahville Indian Community, a Potawatomi tribe in Wisconsin, went to the polls on Monday and re-elected four incumbents.

Kenneth Meshigaud won re-election as chairman. He has served 24 years on the council, The Escanaba Daily Press reported.

Elaine Meshigaud was re-elected as vice chair. She has also served 24 years on the council.

Also re-elected were Secretary Tammy Wandahsega and Treasurer Lisa Meshigaud. Both are serving their second term.

The tribe also chose 12 council members and two alternates.

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