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Navajo Nation 2018 Presidential Primary Election Results

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People gather to listen as Harrison Dehiya, left, of KGAK, announces the results of the Navajo Nation presidential primary, at a sports complex in Window Rock, Ariz., Tuesday, Aug. 28. 2018. (AP Photo/Cayla Nimmo)

By: Cayla Nimmo

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Navajo Nation presidential candidate Jonathan Nez arrives at the sports arena in the tribal capital surrounded by his supporters after winning a majority of the votes in the primary election Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018, in Window Rock, Ariz. Current Navajo Nation Vice President Nez and former tribal President Joe Shirley Jr. are the top two finishers in Tuesday's primary election. They will face off in the November general election. (AP Photo/Cayla Nimmo)

By: Cayla Nimmo

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CORRECTS TYPO - Navajo Nation presidential candidate Joe Shirley Jr. arrives at the sports center at the capital of the tribe after winning the second highest votes in the primary election Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018 in Window Rock, Ariz. Current Navajo Nation Vice President Jonathan Nez and former tribal President Shirley are the top two finishers in Tuesday's primary election. They will face off in the November general election. (AP Photo/Cayla Nimmo)

By: Cayla Nimmo

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Supporters of Navajo Nation presidential candidate Jonathan Nez gather at the fairgrounds in the tribal capital of Window Rock, Ariz., to listen to the results of the election Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018. The presidential field includes seasoned politicians who tout experience and newcomers who are challenging the status quo. (AP Photo/Cayla Nimmo)

By: Cayla Nimmo

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Navajo Nation presidential candidate Joe Shirley Jr. poses for a photo for a supporter at his campaign headquarters at Nakai Hall in Window Rock, Ariz., Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018. The presidential field includes seasoned politicians who tout experience and newcomers who are challenging the status quo. (AP Photo/Cayla Nimmo)

By: Cayla Nimmo

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Navajo Nation presidential candidate Jonathan Nez shakes hands with his supporters at his campaign base in Window Rock, Ariz., Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2018. Current Navajo Nation Vice President Nez and former tribal President Joe Shirley Jr. are the top two finishers in Tuesday's primary election. They will face off in the November general election. (AP Photo/Cayla Nimmo)

By: Cayla Nimmo