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Mike Lish

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

Age: 42

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)

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Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
Zack Zappone 5,993 42.20%
Mike Lish 4,372 30.79%
Lacrecia (Lu) Hill 1,792 12.62%
Karen M. Kearney 1,421 10.01%
Christopher Savage 623 4.39%

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