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Wild Bill Schreiner

A candidate for Spokane County Commissioner, Spokane County Commission District 3 in the 2022 Washington General Election, Nov. 8

Party: No party

Age: 61

City: Mead, Washington

Education: Graduated from Mead High School. Attended Spokane Falls Community College and Green River College, a community college in Auburn, Washington.

Political experience: None.

Work experience: Currently works for Spokane’s code enforcement department. Spent much of his life as a contractor and commercial pilot. Had a business that staffed and supplied casinos in Arizona.

Family: Married to Brenda Darlene Schreiner. Has three kids.

FundraisingHas raised more than $800 as of Sept. 9.

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