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Sand Springs resident Eli Potts won the Democratic nomination for an Oklahoma House seat in the Aug. 24 runoff election and will be on the Nov. 2 election ballot.

This story was originally published by Indian Times, a news broadcast on KGOU-KROU, the University of Oklahoma's official radio station

Debates for the four runoff candidates to be held at 6 p.m. in the WahZhaZhi Cultural Center. Debates will be broadcast live on

Runoff election debate slated for June 23 at the Cultural Center in Pawhuska

League of Women Voters of Tulsa to help with debates. Debates to be broadcast live on Nation’s Web site

Congress to meet again Thursday, consider bill approving health and wellness budgets being affected by 2010 budget delay

Court’s ruling says lower trial court lacked jurisdiction to hear case on constitutionality of the Independent Press Act of 2008

Congress adjourns 22nd Special Session, Chief Gray calls for another session starting Monday

Chief Gray sends out Executive Message to all the employees detailing what services will be impacted

Congressional committee meetings slated next week, Congress to meet again Wednesday at 10 a.m.

Osage Nation Congress meets again Friday morning at 10 a.m.

Speaker of Congress asks Osage Nation treasurer to send out bonuses regardless of what Gray says.

Congressional subcommittees to meet next week regarding 2010 budget.

22nd Special Session of Congress starts today.

Chief calls 22nd Special Session Monday to focus on budget crisis.

One-twelfth spending restriction will not apply to employee salaries and Christmas bonuses

Congress members said Oct. 26 meeting was not illegal

Former gaming CFO Bill Leonhart claims he was terminated 21 months prematurely after Million Dollar Elm CEO Neil Cornelius was hired.

Shackelford left to go play golf when other members of Congress discussed dollar amounts in Chief Gray’s budget

Congress sends budgets back to committee to trim $6 million from Nation’s spending.

Potential budget reductions will be revisited in another Special Session of Congress starting Monday

Doors to congressional chambers dead bolted Tuesday while members of Congress discuss budgetary cuts

Nancy Pillsbury Shirley rejected by Congress