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Where Prop 4 fared less awfully

How Spokane voted on Proposition 4, the community bill of rights proposal. (The Spokesman-Review)
How Spokane voted on Proposition 4, the community bill of rights proposal. (The Spokesman-Review)

There are few, if any, bright spots supporters of Envision Spokane's Community Bill of Rights will find in last night's count.

As a whole, Proposition 4 only garnered 25 percent support. It failed in all of the city's nearly 125 precincts.

The measure won 40 percent support only in four precincts: downtown Spokane, one that covers most of Browne's Addition and the western portion of Peaceful Valley, one precinct in East Central and one in the Bemiss Neighborhood, which is just south of Hillyard.

The worst showing was in a precinct bordering Latah Creek in the far south of the city where only 7.7 percent of voters supported the proposition.

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