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By Alex Ross 

Fort Belknap holds a meet-the-candidates event in Havre


November 3, 2017

Havre Daily News/Floyd Brandt

Moderator Arleen Cochran, from left, introduces Fort Belknap Indian Community Council candidates Andy Werk Jr., Jeffrey Stiffarm, Gerald "Manny" Healy, Brandi King and John Allen during a meet-the-candidates forum held in Havre Thursday. Not all of the candidates attended, though they were invited.

Five candidates seeking tribal office on Fort Belknap Indian Reservation spoke to enrolled members in Havre at a candidate forum Thursday, five days before enrolled members will cast their ballots in tribal elections.

The candidates spoke to an audience of members who live on and off the reservation about the need for greater transparency, fiscal responsibility, economic development and other issues.

Andy Werk Jr. a candidate for Fort Belknap Tribal president and his vice presidential candidate Gerald "Manny" Healy spoke, as did council candidates John Allen, Brandi King and Jeffrey St...

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