Vice President of the Navajo Nation
|Vice President of the
Flag of the Navajo Nation
|Term length||Four years, renewable|
|Inaugural holder||Marshall Plummer|
The office of Vice President of the Navajo Nation was created in 1991 following restructuring of the Navajo Nation government. The president and vice president are elected every four years.
|Name||Term Started||Term Ended||President of the Navajo Nation|
|Marshall Plummer||January 15, 1991||January 10, 1995||Peterson Zah|
|Thomas Atcitty||January 10, 1995||February 19, 1998||Albert Hale|
|Milton Bluehouse, Sr.||February 1998||July 24, 1998||Thomas Atcitty|
|Frank Chee Willeto||August 1998||January 12, 1999||Milton Bluehouse, Sr.|
|Taylor McKenzie||January 12, 1999||January 14, 2003||Kelsey Begaye|
|Frank Dayish, Jr.||January 14, 2003||January 9, 2007||Joe Shirley, Jr.|
|Ben Shelly||January 9, 2007||January 11, 2011||Joe Shirley, Jr.|
|Rex Lee Jim||January 11, 2011||May 12, 2015||Ben Shelly|
|Jonathan M. Nez||May 12, 2015||Present||Russell Begaye|
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- Rushlo, Michelle (1999-12-12). "Navajo inauguration is all-day event". Associated Press. Eugene Register-Guard (page 3A). Retrieved 2012-07-09.
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