Many other articles about the Nov. 4 election have already been published.
They can be read in back issues at public libraries or in the newspaper lobby at 999 W. Riverside.
The stories and additional election coverage can also be read by logging on to the newspaper Web site, Virtually Northwest, at www.virtuallynw.com, and clicking on Election Central.
Here is a partial list of already published articles and the dates they appeared:
Spokane Mayor Jack Geraghty’s record, Oct. 17.
Spokane mayoral challenger John Talbott’s record, Oct. 18.
Spokane mayoral debate, Oct. 19.
State Referendum 47 on property taxes, Oct. 20.
State Initiative 678 on dental hygienists, Oct. 21.
State Initiative 677 on gay rights, Oct. 22.
Pend Oreille County races, Oct. 23.
Spokane School District 81 race, North and South Voice sections, Oct. 23.
Liberty School District, South Voice section, Oct. 23.
City of Airway Heights, South Voice section, Oct. 23.
City of Deer Park, North Voice section, Oct. 23.
Riverside School Board, North Voice section, Oct. 23.
Valley school boards, Valley Voice section, Oct. 23.
Valley water and sewer districts, Valley Voice section, Oct. 23.
Spokane County conservation tax, Oct. 24.
Whitman County races, Oct. 25.
Valley fire districts, Valley Voice section, Oct. 25.
State Initiative 676 on gun safety and gun owner licensing, Oct. 25.
Profiles of Spokane mayoral candidates, Oct. 27.
Lincoln Street bridge as city of Spokane election issue, Oct. 28.
Downtown redevelopment as city of Spokane election issue, Oct. 28.
City spending as Spokane election issue, Oct. 29.
Stevens County races, Oct. 29.
Spokane City Council Position 1, Oct. 30.
Cities of Cheney, Medical Lake and Spangle, South Voice section, Oct. 30.
Spokane Fire Districts 3 and 8, South Voice, Oct. 30.
Cities of Millwood, Fairfield and Rockwood, Valley Voice section, Oct. 30.
Spokane County gas tax increase, Oct. 30.
State Initiative 685 on medical marijuana, Oct. 31.
Spokane City Council Position 2, Oct. 31.
Lincoln County races, Oct. 31.
Spokane City Council Position 3, Nov. 1.
State Initiative 673 on health care, Nov. 1.