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Luc Jasmin III

A candidate for Spokane City Council District 1 (Northeast), City of Spokane in the 2021 Washington Primary Election, Aug. 3

Age: 37

City: Spokane, WA

Education: Graduated from Tolman High School in Rhode Island in 2004. Earned a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Eastern Nazarene College in 2008.

Political experience: None.

Work experience: Has owned the Parkview Early Learning Center in north Spokane since 2014. He also has been the president of the Washington Childcare Centers Association since it started two years ago. He was previously a short-term substitute at Audubon Elementary School, a kindergarten teacher at the Little Red School House Children Center and a mentorship program employee at Glover and Shaw middle schools.

Family: Divorced. He has two children attending Madison Elementary School.

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Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
Jonathan Bingle 3,299 46.64%
Naghmana Sherazi 1,889 26.71%
Luc Jasmin III 1,885 26.65%

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