The Campo Indian Reservation is governed under authority
of the Campo Constitution passed by the tribal community on July 13, 1975.
Under the Campo Constitution the lawmaking authority for the Band is
exercised by a General Council comprised of all adult members (18 &
An Executive Committee of elected members executed policy
and resolutions passed by the General Council. Some powers of the General
Council have been delegated by resolution to the Executive Committee,
however, all matters involving the leasing or selling of tribal assets
must go to the General Council for approval.
Committee is elected by the General Council to four year terms.