Executive Branch

Governor Reggie Wassana continues to strengthen and build closer relationships between the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes and key Federal, State, Private and Non-Profit partners across the Indian Country in efforts to respectfully serve tribal members and create economic development opportunities.

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Contact information
Chief of Staff
(405) 422-7650
Communications/ Press Inquiries
(405) 397-0395
Governmental Affairs
(405) 422-7929
Office of the Governor
(405) 422-7734
(405) 422-8224
Office of the Lieutenant Governor
(405) 422-7607
(405) 422-7525
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Department of Justice

The Department of Justice is charged with satisfying the Executive Branch’s duty, under Article VII Section 4(a) of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Constitution.

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Office of the Governor

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes Office of the Governor is led by Governor Reggie Wassana and Lieutenant Governor Hershel Gorham.

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Office of the Tribal Attorney

Operating under the supervision of the General Counsel, the Office of Tribal Attorney serves as the chief legal representative and advisor to the Executive Office.

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Women's Conference

Coming Soon

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