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Cliff Cameron (D)

Resume: 43, lifelong Spokane resident…surveyor and development consultant…has competed in six “ironman” races…Two years civil engineering classes, Gonzaga University; one year urban planning classes, Eastern Washington University…married, one daughter. Lives on Five Mile Prairie.

Finances: Raised $1,125 as of Aug. 27, with largest contributions ($500 each) from Vandervert Developments and Spokane Affordable Housing Council.

Why running: “I don’t think the system is sympathetic to the taxpayer…A commissioner has to fight for what’s right for the average citizen.”

Top priority: “Lower taxes.”

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MEMO: See related story under the headline: Demos call Roskelley’s foe a spoiler

See related story under the headline: Demos call Roskelley’s foe a spoiler

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