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David Holter

Personal: Age 24 … born in Spokane … administrator for Spokane Student Center … administrative assistant for First Assembly of God Church … worked as a legislative intern for state Sen. Jim West … worked as a volunteer campaign strategist during Joel Crosby’s 1993 bid for mayor … delegate, Spokane County Republican Convention … single.

Education: Bachelor of arts in government, Eastern Washington University, 1993.

Finances: Raised about $400, and put about $200 of his own money into the campaign as of Sept. 11.

Issues: Downtown: Would like to see a holistic approach to downtown, with plans to add affordable and upscale housing, more police and cheap parking.

Consolidation: Worries city residents will lose services to county. Thinks there are too many unanswered questions about cost.

Public Safety: To keep criminals uncomfortable, the city needs to “keep harassing these people with a police presence.” Supports allocating as much money as possible to law enforcement.

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