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Earl Moore

A candidate for Spokane City Council District 3 (Northwest), City of Spokane in the 2023 Washington General Election, Nov. 7

Age: 78

City: Spokane, Washington

Education: Graduated from Cascade High School in Cascade, Montana. Graduated from Spokane Community College with an associate degree in respiratory therapy.

Work experience: Worked as a respiratory therapist at Deaconess Hospital for 40 years. Served as the president of the Respiratory Care Society of Washington, coordinator of the Better Breathers Club and as a delegate for the American Association for Respiratory Care. Volunteers at Second Harvest Food Bank.

Political experience: A member of the Spokane Human Rights Commission.

Family: One adult son and adult daughter-in-law.

Political donations: Raised over $70,700 as of Oct. 5. Top donors include Mark and Pamela Walker of Walker’s Furniture, the Washington Association of Realtors PAC, and various other real estate and developer interests.

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Race Results

Candidate Votes Pct
Kitty Klitzke 15,616 59.83%
Earl Moore 10,483 40.17%

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