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Paul Brian Noble

A candidate for Spokane County Commissioner, Spokane County Commission District 4 in the 2022 Washington General Election, Nov. 8

Party: Republican

Age: 48

City: Veradale, Washington

Education: Graduated from Grandview High School in Grandview, Washington. Studied to be a pastor. Has a master's degree in missional leadership from Northwest University. 

Political experience: None.

Work experience: Has been a pastor for 25 years. CEO of Peacemaker Ministries. 

Family: Married to Tanya Noble for 25 years. Has four kids and one grandchild. 

FundraisingHas raised more than $25,000 as of Oct. 5. Notable donors include Caleb Collier, a former Spokane Valley city councilman who often helps organize protests with former state Rep. Matt Shea, and Eastern Washington Liberty, a group that advocates for splitting Eastern Washington into a separate, 51st state. 

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Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
Mary Kuney (R) 24,580 55.83%
Paul Brian Noble (R) 19,445 44.17%

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