City: Spokane, Washington
Education: Graduated from Rogers High School in 2005.
Political experience: Ran for Spokane mayor in 2019; lost in the primary.
Work experience: Bingle, who owns Bingle Enterprises, got into the events businesses while an employee at Applebee's. Finding success, he branched out and started his own company a decade ago. With his wife, Bingle operates Bent Trivia and Bent Events in Spokane. He pivoted during the COVID-19 to work as a contractor.
Family: Married; has one son.
The Spokane City Council will gain a new conservative voice next year with the election Tuesday of Jonathan Bingle in northeast Spokane.
If the candidates can agree on one thing, it’s that they agree on little when it comes to politics.
As the general election nears, candidates for Spokane City Council and their supporters are trading barbs and making claims.
Realtors are spending an unprecedented amount of money to support Spokane City Council candidates.
Naghmana Sherazi and Jonathan Bingle pledged to take a sharply different approach to homelessness, which has once again become a central issue to a city election, during a virtual debate hosted by the Rotary Club of Spokane and streamed by The Spokesman-Review’s Northwest Passages book club.
Naghmana Sherazi and Jonathan Bingle debate the issues in their pursuit of the Spokane City Council seat for District 1 in northeast Spokane. Paul Read of the Spokane Journal of Business poses the questions. Spokane Rotary 21 sponsored the event.
The two candidates for City Council in northeast Spokane are bringing different focuses and perspectives to the race.
Late-arriving ballots will decide race between Sherazi and Jasmin to face Bingle for Spokane City Council seat
Last-minute and corrected ballots could make all the difference in a Spokane City Council race.
Recount likely in northeast Spokane City Council race between Sherazi and Jasmin, currently two votes apart
A recount is likely in the race for City Council in northeast Spokane, where a razor-thin margin separates the second and third-place candidates.
What names appear on the ballot for Spokane City Council in November is still uncertain, but Tuesday’s primary election results indicate that they will be competitive.