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Tuesday, June 2, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Kate Mccaslin (R)

Resume: 38, Wyoming native, raised in Spokane Valley … management and public affairs consultant … former director, Associated Builders & Contractors Inc. … campaign work for Republican state, local and national candidates, Spokane Science Center and Arena, Initiative 601 … vice president, Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce … Northwest representative, Citizens Against Government Waste … member, Valley Rotary, First Presbyterian Church … Crosswalk volunteer … bachelor’s degree in animal science, Washington State University; associate degree, Spokane Community College; one year Gonzaga Law School … divorced, no children, lives in Spokane Valley.

Finances: $65,902 as of last count; largest contributions $2,800 from Meidling Concrete Co., $2,000 from A. Economy Storage, $1,900 from Republican Central Committee, $1,500 from Build East PAC and $1,200 from Donald Jones.

Why running: “Because I want to return a sense of responsibility and accountability to county government.”

Top priority: “Controlling taxes and spending.”

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