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Stories tagged: Election Endorsement 2013


Editorial: Steve Widmyer has what it takes during divisive time

Coeur d’Alene has made enviable progress in recent years, adding a promising higher education corridor, gorgeous library, mixed-use Riverstone development, Ray and Joan Kroc Community Center and, coming soon, the …


Editorial: Spokane doesn’t need Initiative 517’s initiative reform

Should voters statewide decide how individual municipalities handle initiatives? Is the plight of paid signature gatherers so desperate they require special privileges that may infringe on the rights of others? …


Editorial: I-522 no help to consumers or producers

Supporters of Initiative 522 say it’s all about transparency, and we agree. You can see right through it.


Editorial: Hafner, Bates will serve Spokane Valley council best

Regardless of who wins the races for Positions 5 and 7 on the Spokane Valley City Council, pennies and tax hikes will be pinched. Chuck Hafner, the Position 5 incumbent, …


Editorial: Rod Higgins, Gary Schimmels best for Valley City Council

There’s not much daylight between the eight candidates for Spokane Valley City Council. Their priorities are public safety and well-maintained roads using the financial resources generated by current property and …


Editorial: Spokane City Council power balance should be preserved

A closely divided Spokane City Council favoring a conservative approach to local government, one that has worked responsibly with Mayor David Condon to heal the wounds of the Otto Zehm …


Editorial: Douthitt is clear choice for Spokane Public Schools board

Spokane Public Schools has undergone important changes in the past few years, and school board President Bob Douthitt has been a steady leader throughout. Voters should reward that stewardship and …


Editorial: Funds from Prop 1 taxes could keep FAFB open

The Spokane County Commission is proposing a temporary tax increase to help protect thousands of jobs and fend off a crippling economic blow. Voting no is a gamble the community …


Editorial: For primary council race, think Loberg, Schimmels

Four Spokane Valley City Council seats are up for grabs, but only the Position 4 race drew more than two candidates. So it’s the only contest that voters need concern …


Editorial: Best Mumm challengers are Fackler and Cannon

The Spokane City Council District 3 primary election pits four community activists against each other in a contest that will allow only two to continue campaigning beyond Aug. 6. This …


Editorial: Snyder, Biel deserve vote for council in primary

A meeting of the three candidates for Spokane City Council District 2 could legitimately be called a small-business convention. John Ahern and wife Nancy have owned and operated Janco Products, …