Indian Township Reservation, in Washington County, is one of two homes of the Passamaquoddy tribe, the other being Pleasant Point.
The tribe's governing body is the policy maker for the Passamaquoddy People of Indian Township with each member elected for a four year term.
The Governor is the administrator for all financial determinations, and the Lieutenant Governor is the assistant to the Governor. A six member Council makes policy for the tribe.
A Tribal Representative to the Maine House of Representatives is elected every four years, candidates alternating between Indian Township and Pleasant Point Reservations, though both reservations vote in the election. Tribal Representatives may introduce legislation and speak in debates in the House, but may not participate in the voting on legislation.
From Maine: An Encyclopedia (www.themaineencyclopedia.com)
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