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u 2011 Washington General Election

Top races to watch

*Green represents leader

Spokane Mayor

518
Candidate Pct
David Condon 52.36%
Mary Verner (D) 47.64%

City Council President

489
Candidate Pct
Ben Stuckart (N) 53.24%
Dennis Hession 46.76%

State Senator

493
Candidate Pct
Michael Padden (R) 55%
Jeffrey Baxter (R) 45%

Top measures to watch

Spokane County, Measure 1

44
Option Pct
Rejected 56.40%
Approved 43.60%

Initiative Measure 1125

39
Option Pct
No 52.44%
Yes 47.56%

Initiative Measure 1183

41
Option Pct
Yes 58.99%
No 41.01%


Latest news

Verner’s officially a candidate; so are Corker and Stuckart

Spokane Mayor Mary Verner filled out the paperwork and paid her $1,693.58 filing fee on Monday morning to officially enter the race to keep her job. Today is the first day candidates can file to put their name on the ballot. Handing the check to…


Ah for the good old days

The first day of filing – actually the first few minutes – used to be the busiest and most interesting part of the week. Candidates would line up and camp out the night before in an effort to be the first person to file for…


Reminder: Filing week starts tomorrow

OK candidates, listen up. Filing week starts tomorrow. Those of you who like the personal touch of filling out your forms and paying your fees in person can head down to your county elections office any time through Friday afternoon.


Filing week approaching

OK candidates, listen up. Filing week starts next Monday for those of you who like the personal touch of filling out your forms and paying your fees in person. From Monday through Friday of next week, you can saunter into your county elections office, turn…


Salvatori will run for city council, not mayor

Downtown businessman Steve Salvatori filed paperwork this month to launch a bid for Spokane City Council. Salvatori, a Republican who run unsuccessfully for the Spokane County Commission last year, hopes to win the seat representing Northwest Spokane that will be vacated by Councilman Steve Corker….


Eugster says he won’t run for council president

Former City Councilman Steve Eugster said Wednesday that he no longer plans to run next year for Spokane City Council president. Earlier this week City Councilman Steve Corker announced that he will run for the seat. Eugster filed to run for council president last year…


Corker announces bid for council president

Spokane City Councilman Steve Corker announced Monday that he will run for Spokane City Council president next year. Corker, 69, is a former advertising and marketing executive who was first elected to the council in 1999. Rather than run for re-election, Corker ran unsuccessfully for…




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