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u 2015 Nov. 3 Washington General Election

Top races to watch

*Green represents leader


Candidate Pct
David Condon 62.65%
Shar Lichty (D) 37.35%

School Board, Position 3

Candidate Pct
Rocky Treppiedi 50.44%
Jerrall J. Haynes (N) 49.56%

Top measures to watch

Spokane Proposition 1

Option Pct
No 62.01%
Yes 37.99%

Initiative 1366

Option Pct
Yes 54.02%
No 45.98%

Spokane County Proposition 1

Option Pct
No 54.10%
Yes 45.90%

Latest news

Mapping the Vote: Close race for Spokane School Board Pos. 3

Longtime Spokane School Board member Rocky Treppiedi has a narrow lead over political newcomer Jerrall Haynes in the race for Position 3 on the board.

Mapping the vote: City Prop 1, Worker Bill of Rights

Spokane City Proposition 1, the Worker Bill of Rights, was swamped in the south and northwest precincts.

Mapping the vote: County Prop 1 for two more commissioners

Spokane voters turned thumbs down to increasing the county board of commissioners, but the margins of defeat in most precincts weren’t large.

Mapping the vote: Spokane Council president

Ben Stuckart was re-elected as Spokane City Council president Tuesday, beating challenger John Ahern in all but one of the city’s precincts.

Mapping the vote: Spokane Mayor

David Condon won a second term by carrying most city precincts.

Animal protection, tax restriction measures passing

Washington voters gave overwhelming support to a new law to protect endangered animals, and seemed likely to pass by a much smaller margin another attempt to force the Legislature to approve tax increases by a supermajority.

Dye wins 9th District House seat

Mary Dye of Pomeroy was elected to the 9th District House of Representatives seat to which she was appointed earlier this year.

About a third of Spokane County’s ballots in

Latest reports from Washington elections offices have about one in four ballots statewide, and one in three for Spokane County.

Spokane candidates on the lack of a city planning director

The city has been without a planning director since Scott Chesney was ousted last November.

Sunday Spin: No reason not to vote, plenty of help to decide how

Ballot returns are pretty low. For voters seeking information on candidates or ballot issues, we have suggestions.

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