A candidate for State Representative, Pos. 1, Legislative District 3 (central Spokane) in the 2012 Washington Primary
City: Spokane, WA
Occupation: City Council member and former owner of a monthly outdoor magazine
Career: City Council member and former publisher of the Go Green Directory and Out There Monthly magazine, which is focused on outdoor recreation. Founder and first board chairman of KYRS Thin Air Community Radio.
Education: Graduated from Lewis and Clark High School in 1987. Earned bachelor’s degree from Evergreen State College in 1991.
Political experience: Won current Spokane City Council term in 2009. Serves on Washington Traffic Safety Commission, Aging and Long Term Care of Eastern Washington board and Spokane Regional Health District board. Formerly served as Spokane Regional Transportation Council member and Spokane Transit Authority board.
Family: Married. Has two school-age children.
|Marcus Riccelli (D)||5,891||27.70%|
|Tim Benn (R)||4,512||21.21%|
|Jon Snyder (D)||4,086||19.21%|
|Bob Apple (D)||3,947||18.56%|
|Morgan Oyler (R)||2,834||13.32%|
The Spokane City Council took another chance on Monday to critique Proposition 1, the Community Bill of Rights. Council members voted 6-1 to formally oppose the initiative, which appears on the November ballot. The rejection is no surprise. All the members of City Council already…
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