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Wednesday, February 26, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Editorial: 2015 endorsements wrap-up

Agree with The Spokesman-Review, or not, vote.

Editorial: Endorsement: Return respected Towey to Valley council

Tom Towey’s embrace of regional cooperation and sensible budgeting gives him the nod over incumbent Arne Woodard.

Editorial: Endorsement: Retain Wick on Spokane Valley council

City needs his perspective on transportation, especially Bridging the Valley effort

Editorial endorsement: Proposition 1 wages war on economy

Vote no. Proposition 1 would make Spokane the most business-hostile city in the nation.

Editorial: Experience gives Treppiedi the edge for school board

Incumbent Rocky Treppiedi’s school board experience gives him the edge over a fresh but raw newcomer.

Editorial: Endorsement: Kienholz has background, brains for school board

The editorial board recommends school district voters support Patricia Kienholz.

Editorial: Ben Stuckart choice for Spokane City Council president

Since the Spokane council president position was created, it has featured strong candidates engaged in interesting races. This isn’t one of those years.

Editorial: Verduin would restore balance to City Council

Architect Evan Verduin will be better advocate for small business concerns.

Editorial: LaVerne Biel the best choice for District 2

Of two worthy candidates, Biel more likely to discourage Spokane City Council involvement in issues that draw attention away from priorities.

Editorial: I-1366 a surefire way to gridlock, or education cuts

Tim Eyman’s latest budget-exploding initiative could be his worst. It could also be his last. Voters should send it to a resounding defeat.

Editorial: I-1401 will help protect endangered species

Law would take the profit out of trafficking in ivory, pelts and other parts of elephants, big cats and sharks, among other species.

Editorial: Condon and Fagan deserve re-election

The Spokesman-Review strongly endorses the re-election of David Condon as city of Spokane mayor, and Mike Fagan as District 1 city councilman. Condon’s two opponents in the primary are Shar …

Editorial: County commission additions should make the ballot

Spokane County’s three commissioners should put a measure that would expand their number to five on the November ballot. Two, Todd Mielke and Shelly O’Quinn, say they are ready to …