u 2013 Aug. 6 Primary

Kelly P. Cruz

A candidate for Spokane City Council dist. 3, City of Spokane in the 2013 Aug. 6 Primary

Age: 54City: Spokane, WA

Occupation: Carpenter

Graduated from North Central High School in 1978. Completed Spokane Home Builders journeyman carpentry program. Former chairman of the West Central Neighborhood Council.

Last updated: Aug. 20, 1:21 p.m. Election results

Candace Mumm 5,619 55.56%
Michael Cannon 2,780 27.49%
Curtis Fackler 1,086 10.74%
Kelly P. Cruz 628 6.21%
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