City: Spokane, Washington
Education: Graduated from Central Valley High School in 1975. Graduated from Spokane Falls Community College and Eastern Washington University. Earned master's degree in education from Capella University and business degree from Ashford University.
Work experience: Former manager of Valley Empire Collection. Has run day cares, including Rainbow Connection Daycare, for 32 years.
Political experience: Six years on Spokane Valley City Council.
Family: Married to Jim Haley for 32 years.
Campaign fundraising: Raised $13,600, including $2,350 as a loan to herself, as of Oct. 11, 2021. Contributors include Spokane Home Builders Association ($1,000 ), Spokane Valley businessman Jack Pring ($1,000), Spokane County Commissioner Al French ($500), Spokane Valley City Councilman Arne Woodard ($500) and former Spokane County Republican Party Chairwoman Cynthia Zapatocky ($125 ). Largest donation comes from Troy Peterson ($2,000).
Right-wing v. righter-wing? Spokane Valley council race pits incumbent Haley against bar owner Fenton
Challenger Wayne Fenton has a tough road ahead if he’s going to unseat Spokane Valley City Councilwoman Pam Haley, who beat him by 21 percentage points during the August primary election.
Northwest Passages: Spokane Valley City Council candidate forum with Pam Haley Spokane Valley City Council member and candidate Pam Haley talks about her views with The Spokesman-Review’s Colin Tiernan. Haley’s opponent, Wayne Fenton, did not respond with requests to participate in a full debate of the issues.
It looks like Mayor Ben Wick and Councilwoman Pam Haley won’t have to work hard to retain their seats, but Councilwoman Linda Thompson will have to battle if she’s going to fend off challenger Laura Padden.
Pam Haley faces gun rights proponent and ‘Constitutionalist’ in race to retain Spokane Valley council seat
Spokane Valley voters will have three very different options for City Council position No. 5.
Spokane Valley City Council has voted to allocate the last of it’s CARES funds to small business grants, non profits and food assistance.