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New Hopi vice-chairman surprised by election
Friday, July 18, 2003

Caleb Johnson was elected vice-chairman of the Hopi Tribe of Arizona on Wednesday by 68 votes.

Johnson said he was surprised he won. He expected low turnout it was only 23 percent -- would favor challenger Mary Felter, who was vying to be the tribe's first woman vice-chair.

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Caleb Johnson edges Mary Felter for new Hopi vice chairman (The Gallup Independent 7/17) <

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