A candidate for County Commission, Dist. 1, Spokane County in the 2012 Washington General Election
City: Mead, WA
Occupation: Author and photographer
On this race:
ISSUES: He is a fiscal conservative who is skeptical about the need for increased taxes to pay for criminal justice. He said his election would break up a solid Republican commission and bring an independent voice to decision making. He opposes expanding the urban growth boundary and opposes an extension of sewer lines northward from Mead along U.S. Highway 2. He was against county purchase of land for a motor sports race track in Airway Heights. NOTABLE: Served six years on the state’s growth management board. At age 63, he’s still climbing mountains and paddling rivers and currently working on his fifth book, paddling the entire 1,245 miles of the Columbia River.
Incumbent County Commissioner Todd Mielke has a comfortable lead over former Commissioner John Roskelley in the race for Commissioner District 1. Roskelley had strong support in some parts of the City of Spokane, but Mielke is running ahead in most other precincts. For a closer…
A visiting county auditor dismissed the challenge to John Roskelley’s voter registration, and the Democratic challenger will appear on the ballot for the Spokane County commissioner in District 1. That will likely bring to an end the separate challenge in Spokane County Superior Court, which…
Spokane County Republicans challenge Roskelley’s “residence.” He says it’s just politics.
The Spokane County Republican Party plans to go to court this week in an effort to block the county commissioner campaign of Democrat John Roskelley. The county GOP filed a challenge to Roskelley’s current voter registration on Friday, and asked Auditor Vicky Dalton to remove…
Among the elected leaders and politicians running for office, it should be no surprise that John Roskelley won the race. Roskelley, a candidate for Spokane County Commission, had the best Bloomsday time among all elected Spokane and Spokane Valley city leaders; state House and state…