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Reierson files for prosecutor

And then there were four...Spokane County prosecutor candidates, that is.

Jim Reierson joined the race for county prosecutor today, saying he prefers "The Law and Order Party." (Who knew the hit TV show had its own political party?)

Reierson ran for the job four years ago as a Democrat, and ran twice for Spokane County District judge, which is a nonpartisan position.

For a complete list of candidates on the Spokane area ballots thus far, click "continue reading."

Here are the candidates, and their stated party prefer, who will appear on Spokane-area ballots in the Aug. 17 primary
Congressional
U.S Senate: William Chovill, Republican; Goodspaceguy, Democratic; Norma Gruber, Republican; Schalk Leonard, no party; James Mercer, no party; Mike the Mover, Democratic; Patty Murray, Democratic
U.S. House, 5th District: Clyde Cordero, Democratic; Barbara Lampert, Democratic; Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Republican; Randall Yearout, Constitution
Legislative
3rd District House Pos. 1: Bob Apple, Democratic; Andy Billig, Democratic; Louise Chadez, Democratic
House Pos. 2: Timm Ormsby, Democratic
4th District House Pos. 1: Larry Crouse, Republican
House Pos. 2
6th District Senate: Mike Baumgartner, Republican; Chris Marr, Democratic
House Pos. 1: Kevin Parker, Republican
House Pos. 2: John Ahern, Republican
7th District Senate: Bob Morton, Republican
House Pos. 1: Shelly Short, Republican
House Pos. 2: Joel Kretz, Republican
9th District House Pos. 1: Susan Fagan, Republican
House Pos. 2: Joe Schmick
Spokane County
Commissioner District 3: Al French, GOP; Jeff Holy, Republican; Bonnie Mager, Democratic
Assessor: Ralph Baker, Republican; Vicki Horton, Republican; Andrew Jackson, Democratic; Lori Wick, Independent
Auditor: Vicky Dalton, Democratic
Clerk: Thomas Fallquist, Republican
Prosecuting Attorney: Frank Malone, Democratic; Jim Reierson, Law & Order; Dave Stevens, Republican, Steve Tucker, Republican
Sheriff: Ozzie Knezovich, Republican
Treasurer: Skip Chilberg. Democratic
Judicial
State Supreme Court Pos. 1: Jim Johnson; Stan Rumbaugh
Pos. 5: Barbara Madsen
Pos. 6: Richard Sanders, Charlie Wiggins
Court of Appeals Dist. 3: Laurel Siddoway
District Court: Pos. 1 Vance Peterson; Pos. 2 Sara Derr; Pos. 3 John Cooney; Pos. 5 Gregory Tripp; Pos. 6 Debra Hayes; Pos. 7 Donna Wilson; Pos. 8 Richard White



Jim Camden
Jim Camden joined The Spokesman-Review in 1981 and retired in 2021. He is currently the political and state government correspondent covering Washington state.

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