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Contact

Physical Address:
W3293 Wolfriver Road
Keshena, WI 54135

Mailing Address:
PO Box 562
Keshena, WI 54135

Title: Administrative Assistant

Name: Lisa M. Lyons

Tel: 715-799-3446


Election Commission Office

Located in the Wilmer J. Peters Sr. Judicial Center, Room 136. Current COVID safety protocals are in place, please feel free to call ahead for an appointment. 715-799-3446.




Election Commissioners

Mr. Ronald Bowan, Jr. - Chairman of Election Commission
Ms. Michele Wilber
Ms. Sarah Lyons


The Menominee Tribal Election Commission
The Election Commission is established by Aticle VI, Section 5, of the Menominee Constitution & ByLaws. The Commissions role and responsibility include;
1. Posting notices of elections;
2. Maintaining a current list of eligible voters of the Tribe;
3. Conducting tribal elections;
4. Certifying the results of the tribal elections;
5. Conducting federal and state background checks on prospective candidates to ensure the no prospective candidate who has been convicted of a major crime and has not received a certificate of rehabilitation from the Tribal Judiciary is certified as a canidate;
6. Maintaining a website and such other informational materials as it deems necessary to keep tribal members informed on the election process and results thereof; and
7. Performing such other duties as may be delegated to the Commission by theConstitution, by ordinance, or by the Tribal Judiciary.