City: Spokane, Washington
Education: Graduated from Liberty High School and Colorado School of Trades.
Political experience: First run for office.
Work experience: President of D.Lish's Hamburgers Inc.
Family: Married. Has two children aged 7 and 4.
Campaign finance: Raised about $64,000 as of Oct. 1, including from the Associated Builders and Contractors ($2,000), state Rep. Mike Volz ($1,000), developer Harley Douglass ($1,000) and the Spokane Police Guild ($1,000)
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.
Spokane City Council candidates Mike Lish and Zack Zappone highlighted their different backgrounds and experiences during a debate on Friday.
Spokane City Council candidates Mike Lish and Zach Zapone and debate the issues with moderator Adam Shanks of the Spokesman-Review.
The race for Spokane City Council in Northwest features two newcomers to city politics.
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.
Conservative and progressive choices advanced in both Spokane City Council races on the ballot in Tuesday’s primary.
The Spokane Association of Realtors is putting big money into two Spokane City Council races on the Aug. 3 primary ballot.
A wide field of candidates has stepped forward to represent Northwest Spokane on the Spokane City Council.