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Mike Munch

A candidate for Spokane Valley City Council, position 7, City of Spokane Valley in the 2017 Washington General Election, Nov. 7

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Age: 42

City: Spokane Valley, Washington

Education: Graduated from West Valley High School in Spokane Valley in 1996. Briefly attended community college before starting a four-year apprenticeship through a carpenters union.

Political experience:Treasurer of Stevens County Republican Party from 2012 to 2014. Delegate to GOP state convention in 2008 and 2012. Appointed to fill a vacancy on the Spokane Valley City Council in July 2016. Lists state Rep. Matt Shea, Spokane County Treasurer Rob Chase and former Valley City Councilwoman Brenda Grassel among references.

Work experience:President of Able Construction since 2006. Worked for Bouten Construction from 2003 to 2005 and then Kiewit Construction until 2006.

Family: Married. Has three daughters.


Election results

Candidate Votes Pct
Linda (Hatcher) Thompson () 8,967 56.45 %
Mike Munch () 6,917 43.55 %

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