In the three large Spokane Valley school districts, none of the board of directors positions will be contested this fall, with only one candidate filing for each position. Freeman and Liberty districts each will have one contested race.
Candidates for this year’s Aug. 16 primary election were required to file their intent to run by June 10.
There are four seats on the ballot in Central Valley. Cynthia McMullen, the current board member in District 1, did not run for re-election and the district filled the seat recently vacated by Anne Long, who has moved away from the district. Amy Gresch Mason was appointed to that seat Monday and has no opposition.
District 1: MJ Bolt; District 3: Debra Long, incumbent; District 4: Keith Clark, incumbent; District 5: Mason.
District 1: Mitch Jenson, incumbent; District 2: Mike Harris, incumbent.
District 3: Bob Wentworth, incumbent; District 4: Samuel Andrews Jr., incumbent.
District 1: John Zingg, incumbent; District 3: Randy Primmer, incumbent; District 4: Neil Fuchs Jr.; District 5: Lisa Paternoster, Angela Keebler.
District 1: Kynda Browning, incumbent; District 5: Mark Bullock, incumbent; Andy Schenk.