A candidate for County Commission, Dist. 2, Spokane County in the 2012 Washington General Election
City: Greenacres, WA
On this race:
ISSUES: He is proposing an economic growth strategy that involves tourism, military parts manufacturing and small agriculture. He wants cost-cutting in criminal justice, and says he's a fiscal conservative, but supports letting voters decide on a sales tax increase for public safety. He is against countywide expansion of urban growth boundary; wants urban boundary additions considered individually. Romeyn opposes the county’s $225,000 annual allocation to Greater Spokane, Inc., the region’s economic development organization. NOTABLE: Graduated in film from University of Michigan, worked at KXLY from 1985 to 2003 and at KREM from 2003 to 2010. Ran for U.S. Congress in 2010.
Republican Shelly O’Quinn is comfortably ahead of Democrat Daryl Romeyn in the race to fill the open seat on the Spokane County Board of Commissioners. For a closer look at the results, click on the PDF file below.
Candidates for Spokane County Commission will face off Wednesday evening in student-led debates hosted by the Central Valley High School’s Government Club. The club also has invited the candidates in the hotly-contest Spokane Valley race for state House between incumbent Republican Matt Shea and Democrat…
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