|Bob McCaslin (R)||20,120||38.83%|
|Lori Feagan (D)||18,668||36.03%|
|Mike Conrad (R)||8,705||16.80%|
|Dave Whitehead (R)||4,316||8.33%|
* Race percentages are calculated with data from the Secretary of State's Office, which omits write-in votes from its calculations when there are too few to affect the outcome. The Spokane County Auditor's Office may have slightly different percentages than are reflected here because its figures include any write-in votes.
About The Race
Candidates for the 4th Legislative District Lori Feagan and Bob McCaslin disagree on the seriousness of COVID-19 and how the state has responded it, with McCaslin saying the response was based on “doctored science” and Feagan, a nurse practitioner, saying it was based on public health policy, experts.
While Matt Shea isn’t running for re-election, his influence can still be felt throughout Spokane Valley’s 4th Legislative District.
The first night of results show voters in the 4th Legislative District still support Republicans who have aligned themselves with controversial state Rep. Matt Shea over moderate challengers.
Three Republicans and one Democrat are vying for a Spokane Valley legislative seat held by controversial Republican state Rep. Matt Shea, who opted not to run for re-election.
Spokane County’s 4th Legislative District is a reliably Republican stronghold that typically does not draw a crowd of aspiring candidates. But as with so many other things, 2020 has proved atypical.
Spokane attorney Tom McGarry files for House against Jenny Graham. Businessman Mike Conrad files for Valley House seat.
A near unanimous House passed an update to the state’s transportation budget which would restart major projects without tax increases.
Former state Rep. Leonard Christian announces run against Matt Shea after damning investigation report
Former state Rep. Leonard Christian, a Republican, announced Friday he intends to challenge state Rep. Matt Shea in the 2020 election, a day after House GOP leaders expelled Shea from their caucus over an investigation that found he took part in domestic terrorism.
Feagan, 61, announced her candidacy on Monday, just days before the expected release of an investigative report detailing Shea’s interactions with far-right activists and determining, officially, whether the six-term GOP lawmaker has promoted or engaged in political violence.