Candidate for Tribal Council District 10 Talks with Cherokee Nation Citizens
By Martha J. Henderson
Supporter George Cummings hosted a meet and greet Friday, May 26, for Brian Hartley, a candidate for Cherokee Nation Tribal Council District 10.
Held at the Delaware County Library in Jay, the meet and greet event gave members of the Cherokee Nation a chance to talk with Hartley and learn more about the passion he has to serve the people he represents.
A Cherokee Nation citizen and native business owner, Hartley said he is committed to the Cherokee Nation and all of Indian Country, as well as improving life, promoting native-to-native businesses, volunteering and supporting financial strength for future generations.
According to Hartley, serving as the District 10 Cherokee Nation councilman will allow him the opportunity to expand his reach and work for all of the Cherokee Nation people.
Hartley thanks all who attended, as well as Cummings for hosting the meet and greet event.
“I’m thankful for all of George’s support and valuable insight throughout this election,” Hartley said.
For more information on Hartley, visit his Facebook page, @CN10BrianHartley, or https://www.nativeknot.com/Tribal-Politicians/Cherokee-Nation-Council/Brian-Hartley-Cherokee-Nation-Council-District-10.html.
The Cherokee Nation’s general election is June 3.