Snyder Wins Seneca Caucuses
Barry Snyder Jr., who previously served three terms as the President of the Seneca Nation, won the Seneca Party's nomination to seek a fourth term in Friday's caucuses. Snyder is expected to win the presidency in the Nation's general election on Nov. 4, although independent candidates could challenge him. Snyder would be replacing Maurice John, who was elected president in 2006. John was defeated Friday in his bid for treasurer by Jackie Bowen who was endorsed by Tribal Council Chairman Richard Nephew and two other council incumbents.