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THE COMANCHE NATION

Everything You Need To Know

ABOUT DOING BUSINESS WITH THE COMANCHE NATION.

General Info

CURRENT CHAIRMAN: MARK WOOMMAVOVAH

CONSTITUTION: 1967

 

Quick Info

Membership Enrollment

MISSION
The mission of the Comanche Nation Enrollment Department is to protect, honor, and adhere to the governance set forth by the Comanche Nation Constitution regarding tribal membership.

SERVICES
The Comanche Nation Enrollment department provides the following:

Verification Letters (Paper CDIB)
BIA 4432 forms
Copies of family trees
CDIB cards
Employee identification cards
Copies of file related documents
Processing of applications
Outreach activities
Assistance with completing heirship Forms
Genealogy support
Statistical reports to the CBC
Processing of petitions
Distribution of elder and per cap payments

Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

584 NW Bingo Rd
Lawton, OK 73507
Phone: (580) 492-3371
Fax Number: 580 492 6389
Tax Commission

MISSION
Our hours have recently change to Monday – Friday 7:00 AM – 6:00 PM. Last customer at 5:30 PM.

SERVICES
We accept the following forms of payment:

Cash
Credit/Debit Cards
Money Orders
Cashier’s Checks
Dealer Checks
Business Checks
Please note that we cannot accept personal checks.

1915 E Gore Blvd
Lawton, OK 73501
Phone: 580-595-3315
Fax Number: 580-595-3318

Monday – Friday
7:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Last Customer at 5:30 PM

Gaming Commission

The Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, enacted by Congress in 1988, authorized the establishment of the National Indian Gaming Commission for the purpose of setting standards for, and regulating the conduct of, Indian gaming. In addition, under the Act, Congress required that any tribe engaged in gaming must do so only with a tribal ordinance approved by the NIGC setting forth the criteria for tribal regulation of such gaming. The Comanche Nation Gaming Commission currently oversees gaming activity in five (5) gaming facilities. Gaming facilities are located in Lawton, two (2) near Devol, Walters, and Richard Spur, Oklahoma.

The Comanche Nation Gaming Commission (CNGC) is the primary regulatory authority over gaming within the jurisdiction of Comanche Nation lands. The CNGC assures the general public that gaming conducted on tribal lands is in accordance and under the guidelines that are set forth in regulations set by Tribal, State, and Federal laws. The Gaming Commission is independent and provides oversight of gaming operations. The CNGC ensures that gaming is conducted in accordance with these laws in an effort to protect the assets and integrity of the Nation’s gaming operations. In addition the Commission ensures the protection of the health and safety of patrons and employees within the gaming operations.

1915 E Gore Blvd
Lawton OK 73501
Phone: (580)595-3300
Fax: (580)595-3359

 

Government Programs & Facilities

The purpose of the Comanche Nation Business Committee is to establish and safeguard the rights, powers, and privileges of the Comanche people. The CBC is to improve the economic, moral, educational, and health status of the Comanche Nation members and seek the assistance from the United States in carrying out mutual programs to establish theses purposes. In doing so, the CBC is to promote in other ways the common well-being of the tribe and its membership.

584 NW Bingo RD Lawton, OK 73507 (Physical)
PO Box 908 Lawton, OK 73502 (Mailing)
Ph: (580) 492-3240 or 1-877-492-4988
Hours Of Operation
Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

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Staff Directory

MISSION
The mission of the Comanche Nation Administration office and staff is to assist the elected leaders in the implementation of the Comanche Nation Constitution .

SERVICES
The Administration staff provides administrative support and assistance in the day-to-day operations of all programs and enterprises of the Comanche Nation.

Which includes:

Coordination of offical activities
Assisting with the development and enactment of tribal legislation
Maintaining and providing copies of offical minutes
Maintaining offical records and other tribal documents
Serving as the point of contact for all Executive offices

Shandel Wesaw
Executive Assistant to the CBC
Terrence Robinson
Executive Assistant to the COS
Ronna Potts
Receptionist
Sareva “Posey” Liles
584 NW Bingo Rd
Lawton, OK 73507
Phone: (580) 492-3240
Fax Number: (580) 492-3796
Monday – Friday
8:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Comanche Nation Constitution

Since 1967

The Comanche Nation Tribal Council

The Supreme Governing Body

The Comanche Business Committee

The Elected Governing Body

G.J.S. International et. al.-vs- The Comanche Nation, William Nelson Sr. The Comanche Business Committee, et. al.

STORY: THE COMANCHE BUSINESS COMMITTEE ABSCONDS $35 MILLION THEN ESTABLISHES AN UNCONSTITUTIONAL COURT

READ ABOUT THE ULTRA-VIRES ACTIONS OF THE CBC

About Us

OUR CONSTITUTIONAL PURPOSE

ARTICLE II-PURPOSE
The purpose of this organization shall be:

Section 1. To define, establish and safe guard the rights, powers and privileges of the
tribe and its members.

Section 2. To improve the economic, moral, educational and health status of its members
and to cooperate with and seek the assistance of the United States in carrying out mutual programs
to accomplish these purposes by all possible means.

Virtual TouR

GOVERNMENT Location

584 NW Bingo Road
Lawton, OK 73507

GOVERNMENT Hours

M-F: 8am – 5pm
Weekends: Closed

Phone & Email

(580) 492-3240 or 1-877-492-4988
@comanchenation.com

OUR CHAIRMAN

Comanche Nation Chairman 2021 – 2024

Mark Woommavovah

Chairman, The Comanche Nation

Calendar

Monday, July 5

 CLOSED

July 16-18

COMANCHE NATION HOME COMING

SATURDAY, August 7

AUGUST CBC MEETING 

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Testimonials

What Business Partners are Saying

“WARNING UNCONSTITUTIONAL COURT AND JUDICIAL BRANCH”

“WARNING DOES NOT HONOR FULLY EXECUTED CONTRACTS OR WAIVERS”

“WARNING STEALS $35 MILLION THEN HIDES BEHIND SOVEREIGNTY”

Tribal Council Members

GOVERNMENT programs

BUSINESS COMMITTEE

Years Established

Get In Touch

Location: 584 NW Bingo RD Lawton, OK 73507

Telephone: (580) 492-3240 or 1-877-492-4988

Email: @comanchenation.com

Government Hours: M-F: 8am – 5pm

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