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Royce Moe

Resume: 49 years old … business degree University of Washington, 1969; law degree Gonzaga University, 1975; … Superior Court commissioner since 1988 … ran Spokane law firm from 1975 to 1988 … resident of Spokane … married with three children.

Finances: $10,000 raised so far, $5,000 of that from personal funds.

Why he’s running: My eight years as court commissioner have given me the best possible training for this job.

What he’d do first: “I’d get right to work. I’ll hit the floor running.” , DataTimes ILLUSTRATION: Photo

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