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Supreme Court of the Cherokee Nation.
ROBIN CARTER MAYES, Appellant,
CHEROKEE NATION ELECTION COMMISSION, Appellee.
CASE No.: SC-2021-04
IT IS SO ORDERED, this 21st day of June, 2021.
Chief Justice Lee W. Paden
On June 14th, 2021, the Appellant Robin Carter Mayes filed his Election Appeal alleging the 2021 General Election of the Cherokee Nation should be invalidated based on the error of the Cherokee Nation Election Commission to “administrate this 2021 election in accordance with existing and published Constitution and Law”.
The Court having reviewed the submitted Appeal FINDS, ADJUDGES, AND DECREES:
1. Appellant Mayes has failed to provide the Court with violations in relation to the election process as defined in CNCA 26, Art. 5 § 101 D.
2. The Cherokee Nation Election Commission conducted the June 5, 2021 election in accordance with In re: Effect of Cherokee Nation v. Nash & Vann v. Zinke, CN-2017-07.
3. Appellant Mayes has filed a frivolous action.
4. Said action is dismissed.
Justice Shawna S. Baker
Justice Mark L. Dobbins
Justice John C. Garrett
Justice Rex Earl Starr
Certificate of Mailing
I, Kendall Bird, certify that on the 21st day of June, 2021, I mailed, emailed and/or faxed a true copy of the above and foregoing to the following:
Robin Carter Mayes, email@example.com
Harvey L. Chaffin, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kendall Bird, Court Clerk