Seneca Nation

Seneca elections roiled by suspicions of corruption at gaming corporation

Barely a month after six-term former President Barry E. Snyder, Sr. was snubbed by the Seneca Party, a dominant force in Seneca politics that he once controlled, rumors are swirling that the Buffalo field office of the FBI has been looking

Indian Affairs

Development dealings to determine Seneca presidency

The presidency of the Seneca Nation of Indians is typically decided at a caucus of candidates within the Seneca Party, a dominant political force within the Nation that controls the Tribal Council and the gaming corporation’s Board of Directors. The

Seneca Nation

Seneca Nation needs a dynamic CEO at gaming corporation

The Seneca Gaming Corporation has been poorly served by a succession of largely unimpressive CEOs. They got by longer than they should have because an exclusivity agreement with New York State made profitability certain and lackluster performance harder to recognize. Since