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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%

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Spokane mayor on this year’s City Hall elections

Yesterday, we ran an article examining what’s at stake in this year’s Spokane municipal elections. At the time, we had not heard from Mayor David Condon, It turns out, his campaign had sent his statements via email to the wrong email address. Here are his…

Home builders endorse Condon and Stuckart

The Spokane Home Builders Association, a generally right-leaning organization, has endorsed Spokane Mayor David Condon and Council President Ben Stuckart for re-election, citing the need for “sustained leadership.”

Only two new Spokane City Council candidates on last day of filing

The full list of people who applied for elected office in Spokane County.

Candidates wanted for local races

With just today left in filing week, the Spokane County elections office said Thursday there were more than three dozen elective positions with no candidates filed.

Two more file for 9th District House seat

Candidate filings on Thursday included two challengers to appointed state Rep. Mary Dye in the 9th Legislative District House race.

Filing week Day 2: Mid-morning roundup

Local races starting to fill out.

Filing week Day 1: Mid-morning roundup

It’s Filing Week in Washington state. Candidates with hopes and dreams of winning a local political office have to get their paperwork in by Friday. The mid-morning list for Spokane County can be found inside.

Mike Fagan will run for second term

Mike Fagan may be the Spokane City Council’s most controversial figure, but he also has strong ties to the Hillyard community he represents. Fagan announced Thursday that he’ll run for re-election.

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