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Riley Smith

A candidate for Spokane School Board, Position 4, Spokane Public Schools in the 2021 Washington General Election, Nov. 2

Age: 24

City: Spokane, Washington

Education: Graduated from North Central High School. Earned bachelor of arts from the University of Washington.

Political experience: Democratic precinct committee officer.

Work experience: Operations coordinator at a local nonprofit that supports hunger relief efforts. Legislative assistant at Spokane City Council. Managed Zack Zappone's campaign for state representative, as well as Betsy Wilkerson's current campaign for City Council.

Family: Married to Amadi Alegria.

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Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
Riley Smith 27,704 53.73%
Kata Dean 23,859 46.27%

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