The governing body of the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin consists of a nine member legislature that is elected by enrolled Tribal members. A Chairperson, Vice Chairperson, and Secretary are elected annually by the governing body.
There is also a separate but equal Tribal Judicial system that consists of a lower court and a supreme court. The court system has jurisdiction over all Native Americans within the exterior boundaries of the Menominee Indian Reservation. The court consists of a Chief Justice, two lower court judges.
Menominee Tribal Legislature 2016
Left to Right: (Back Row) Gary Besaw; Craig Corn; Pershing Frechette; Laurie Boivin; Vyron Dixon III; Douglas Cox
(Front Row) Crystal Chapman Chevalier, Vice Chair; Joan Delabreau, Chairwoman; and Myrna Warrington, Secretary