u 2017 Washington Primary, Aug. 1
With only one day left for candidates to file for local office, only a few races have enough candidates to be on the August primary ballot.
Voters in Spokane’s northeast council district will have a contested primary, choosing between at least three potential replacements for Amber Waldref, who cannot run for re-election because of the city’s term limit ordinance.
Candidates start filling up August primary ballot.
Filing week for candidates seeking many local offices this year starts Monday morning and ends Friday afternoon.
Filing for office this week? Spin Control offers its eight simple rules for surviving as a candidate.
Voters in Spokane County’s largest fire district approved a property tax increase that officials say will be used to replace aging trucks and equipment and respond to increasing call volumes.
Spokane County residents voted to renew a one-tenth of 1 percent sales tax that’s used to fund upgrades to emergency communication technology used by firefighters and law enforcement.
Spokane’s greatest election that never was: Baumgartner vs. Knezovich vs. Shea vs. Stuckart vs. Parker vs. Brown
And so the most fascinating campaign in years to hit Spokane ended before a ballot is cast, or even, an election scheduled.
- Spokane Superior Court Judge Position 6
- Medical Lake mayor
- Spokane City Council, northeast council district
- Spokane City Council, northwest council district
- Spokane City Council, south council district
- Spokane Valley City Council Position 1
- Spokane Valley City Council Position 5
- Spokane School Board, Position 5
- Liberty Lake Proposition 1
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