SAN CARLOS APACHE TRIBE:
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Apache Gold Casino & Resort
The San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation covers 1,834,781 acres which span Gila, Graham, and Pinal Counties.
The 1990 census shows a population of 9,013 and the primary employment on the Reservation is the Apache Gold Casino, the lumber mill, San Carlos Apache Unified School System, ranching operation and telecommunications.
By constitution the San Carlos Apache Tribe operates as a democracy. With an electoral system of representative government. The four-year terms of council members are staggered, with elections help every two years. Elections for the offices of tribal chairman and vice chairman are hld during alternate election cycles.
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