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u 2013 Aug. 6 Primary

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*Green represents leader

Spokane City Council dist. 2

653
Candidate Pct
Jon Snyder 55.49%
John Ahern 24.36%
LaVerne Biel 20.16%

Spokane City Council dist. 3

654
Candidate Pct
Candace Mumm (N) 55.56%
Michael Cannon 27.49%
Curtis Fackler 10.74%
Kelly P. Cruz 6.21%

Spokane Valley City Council pos. 4

656
Candidate Pct
Ed Pace 52%
Gary Schimmels 48%

Washington State Senate

650
Candidate Pct
John Smith (R) 48.38%
Michael Brunson (R) 26.14%
Brian Dansel (R) 25.48%


Latest news

Editorial: The Spokesman-Review’s choices for Tuesday’s election

The Spokesman-Review editorial board has wrapped up endorsements for the 2013 election season, which comes to an end on Tuesday. To read the full text of the editorials online, go to http://www.spokesman.com/ tags/election-endorsement-2013. To summarize: Spokane City Council District 2: The contestants are John Ahern and incumbent Jon Snyder. We endorse Snyder, an energetic leader who has demonstrated the ability to work with all council members. Though labor-backed, he says the city might have to test arbitration to push the case that employee compensation outweighs the community’s ability to pay.



Fire District safe from Ahern

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Stuckart 1, Condon 0

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Hamilton says he misspoke

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GMO issue attracts out-of-state interest

OLYMPIA – In another sign that Washington will be the national battleground this fall for the fight over genetically altered foods, opponents of a ballot measure requiring those products to be labeled raised almost $1 million last month. None of it came from Washington state.



Suit filed to keep Hamilton off ballot

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Council considers blocking citizen initiatives

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Latest news

Editorial: The Spokesman-Review’s choices for Tuesday’s election

The Spokesman-Review editorial board has wrapped up endorsements for the 2013 election season, which comes to an end on Tuesday. To read the full text of the editorials online, go to http://www.spokesman.com/ tags/election-endorsement-2013. To summarize: Spokane City Council District 2: The contestants are John Ahern and incumbent Jon Snyder. We endorse Snyder, an energetic leader who has demonstrated the ability to work with all council members. Though labor-backed, he says the city might have to test arbitration to push the case that employee compensation outweighs the community’s ability to pay.



Fire District safe from Ahern

None


Stuckart 1, Condon 0

None


Hamilton says he misspoke

None


GMO issue attracts out-of-state interest

OLYMPIA – In another sign that Washington will be the national battleground this fall for the fight over genetically altered foods, opponents of a ballot measure requiring those products to be labeled raised almost $1 million last month. None of it came from Washington state.



Suit filed to keep Hamilton off ballot

None


Council considers blocking citizen initiatives

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