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u 2015 Nov. 3 Washington General Election

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Spokane Proposition 1

132
Option Pct
No 62.01%
Yes 37.99%

Initiative 1366

130
Option Pct
Yes 54.02%
No 45.98%

Spokane County Proposition 1

127
Option Pct
No 54.10%
Yes 45.90%


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Latest Eyman initiative will be on November ballot

Latest initiative from Tim Eyman and company qualifies for the ballot.


Endangered species initiative to be on ballot

OLYMPIA — An initiative calling for a crackdown in trafficking of endangered species has enough signatures to go on the November ballot.


Editorial: Stratton, Verduin best City Council choices for general election

The race for Spokane City Council District No. 3 is the most competitive on the primary ballot, with four good candidates vying for the seat vacated by Steve Salvatori one year ago and now occupied by appointee Karen Stratton. We recommend voters advance Stratton and newcomer Evan Verduin to the November general election.


Immigration initiative fails by 37 signatures

Petition sponsors must wait until November 2017 ballot, or collect three times as many signatures to appear earlier.


Editorial: Condon and Fagan deserve re-election

The Spokesman-Review strongly endorses the re-election of David Condon as city of Spokane mayor, and Mike Fagan as District 1 city councilman. Condon’s two opponents in the primary are Shar Lichty and Michael Noder, who both fault Condon for neglecting the police ombudsman position since Tim Burns left in January, and the ombudsman commission, which is without a quorum because of dismissals and resignations.


Editorial: Biel, Kinnear good choices for City Council’s District 2 slot

Before deciding which candidate to vote for in the District 2 Spokane City Council race, it’s worth considering what will be lost with the departure of Mike Allen, who was often in the minority against the liberal supermajority. With labor-related issues, such as paid sick leave, being queued up, the council needs another voice to question the need for the city to set mandates for businesses. Three solid candidates are looking to replace Allen, who decided not to seek re-election. We recommend voters choose either LaVerne Biel or Lori Kinnear in the primary.


Condon supports police department immigration policy

As written, the initiative repealing a city law does not have his support


Spokane mayor on this year’s City Hall elections

Yesterday, we ran an article examining what’s at stake in this year’s Spokane municipal elections. At the time, we had not heard from Mayor David Condon, It turns out, his campaign had sent his statements via email to the wrong email address. Here are his…


Home builders endorse Condon and Stuckart

The Spokane Home Builders Association, a generally right-leaning organization, has endorsed Spokane Mayor David Condon and Council President Ben Stuckart for re-election, citing the need for “sustained leadership.”


Shawn Vestal: Pot peeks out of closet as revenue fills coffers

Less than a year after marijuana became available in stores, it is no exaggeration to say that it’s booming. Each new month brings increased sales and tax revenues. Marijuana bucks have already become a key element in state budget negotiations. Hundreds of licenses have been issued to retailers, growers and processors.





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