Voters throughout Spokane County eventually will have the chance to vote for Spokane County commissioner. But only those who live in Commissioner Bonnie Mager’s district can vote in the Aug. 17 primary in that race. The top two vote-getters in the primary will advance to the general election on Nov. 2, in which voters throughout the county will decide the commissioner race.
Mager’s district includes the West Plains and most of the city of Spokane south of Wellesley Avenue.
She’s opposed by Al French, Jeff Holy, Steve Salvatori and David Elton.
For a rundown of the candidates competing in the Aug. 17 primary, visit www.spokesman.com/pages/ 2010-election/. Ballots were mailed to registered voters last week.
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