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Shawn Vestal: If money is speech, this election was a roar

Realtors, big business and wealthy individuals poured hundreds of thousands of dollars in unlimited independent spending into supporting two candidates, Mike Lish and Jonathan Bingle, and attacking the other two, Zack Zappone and Naghmana Sherazi.

Spokane County voters have until 8 p.m. to vote on Election Day

Ballots for Tuesday's election must be postmarked Nov. 2 in order to count. The Spokane County Elections Office at 1033 W. Gardner Ave. and a voter services center at CenterPlace Event Center in Spokane Valley, 2426 N. Discover Place, will be open until 8 p.m. for voters to cast ballots, register and receive replacement ballots.

Central Valley school board races may be confusing for voters

In one of the most confusing campaigns in recent memory, both CVSD board races this year feature write-in candidates. That means their supporters must correctly fill in their names and also black out the bubble next to it. They also must make sure that their choice is written for the correct race.

Northwest Passages: City Council Debate Dist. 1

Naghmana Sherazi and Jonathan Bingle debate the issues in their pursuit of the Spokane City Council seat for District 1 in northeast Spokane. Paul Read of the Spokane Journal of Business poses the questions. Spokane Rotary 21 sponsored the event.