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Inslee Tries To Level Playing Field Democrat Fights An Uphill Battle For Governor On A Schools-First Platform

Inslee opposes a new football stadium. Photo by Shawn Jacobson/The Spokesman-Review

Senn Appears To Relish Confrontation With Industry

Ralph Nader calls her the best insurance commissioner in the nation. Republican opponents call her the worst commissioner in the country.

Brian Mcculloch (R)

Resume: 49, Shoreline … bachelor’s degree, Lake Forest College, Illinois; schooled at American College of Life Underwriters. .. 26 years in employee benefits, insurance and financial services; adjunct faculty member, …

Steve Skipper (R)

Resume: 50, Federal Way … bachelor’s degree in mathematics, Georgia State University. .. U.S. Navy, aircraft division officer; insurance salesman and manager; insurance instructor. … Chairman, King County Republican 33rd …

Deborah Senn (D-I)

Resume: 46, Seattle … bachelor’s degree in history and master’s in political science, University of Illinois; law degree at Loyola University. … Attorney, reporter for NBC-TV affiliate; legal counsel to …

Anthony Lowe (R)

Resume: 35, Redmond … bachelor’s degree in political science, University of Washington; law degree from University of Santa Clara School of Law. .. Legislative assistant to U.S. Sen. Slade Gorton; …

Dave Walker (R)

Resume: 64, Lacey … bachelor’s degree, University of Washington … 16 years, insurance regulator for state Office of Insurance Commissioner; principal instructor for Washington Agent’s Continuing Education organization … Distinguished …

Millionaire Pours Fortune Into Campaign Taber Says It’s A Gift, But Others Say He’s Trying To Buy Education Office


‘96 Race Costliest In History ‘Soft Money’ Rules Make Joke Of Presidential Finance Limits

Even though Republicans and Democrats strongly argued for campaign finance reform this year, both parties are taking advantage of a variety of loopholes to get around federal campaign spending limitations, …

Jim Waldo Making Name For Himself Candidate In Limelight After Years Of Work Behind The Scenes

1. Waldo 2. Waldo speaks to businesswomen after a recent speech at the Spokane Club. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review

Pouring Taxes Into Potholes Street-Bond Proponents Say Pay Now Or Face Bigger Jolt Later

If Spokane’s washboard streets aren’t jolting enough, just take a look at the repair bill. On Sept. 17, city residents will be asked to approve a $37.3 million bond issue …

Norm Rice Comfortable With Traditional Liberalism

“The private sector doesn’t do it better,” says Seattle Norm Rice. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review

Schools, Health Care Topics In 6th District Campaign Lifelong Educator, Nurse’s Aide Meet In Democratic Primary

He’s a lifelong educator. She’s a nursing aide with an insurance background. Both want the Democratic nomination for the 6th District Position 2 House seat. Neither has held political office …

Minnick Loans Topic Of Interest Craig Accuses Challenger Of Charging Excessive Interest On Personal Loans To His Campaign

The re-election campaign of Republican Sen. Larry Craig on Thursday accused multimillionaire Democratic challenger Walt Minnick of trying to squeeze a $14,700 profit from his own campaign by collecting excessive …

Duane Sommers (R)

Resume: 63, moved to Spokane in 1977 from West Side … Picked to finish Rep. Todd Mielke’s 6th District term this year; served from 1987 to 1992, state House of …

Jerry Hopkins (D)

Resume: 58, grew up in Eastern Washington, moved to Spokane in 1965 … retired in June as president of Spokane Education Association; taught economics, world affairs, social studies, North Central …

Barbara Lampert (D)

Resume: 50, moved to Spokane in 1978 from Seattle … Nursing aide, Manor Care Convalescent and Rehabilitation Center; also handled insurance claims, Medical Service Corp.; worked as waitress … bachelor’s …

Prosecutor Runs With Conviction

Norm Maleng awaits his turn at a candidates fair. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review

Benson Would Emphasize Thrift, School Reform If Sent To Olympia

Brad Benson remembers that his mother couldn’t afford a quarter for him to see “The Dirty Dozen” as a boy. The 37-year-old Republican, who attended survival school at Fairchild Air …

Foreman Didn’t Break Law, Watchdog Panel Decides Complaint Over Fund Raising In 1995 Turned Away, 3-2, By Commission

House Majority Leader Dale Foreman has been cleared of allegations that he illegally advanced his campaign for governor during the 1995 legislative session, the state’s campaign-watchdog agency said Wednesday. The …

Hopefuls’ Prescriptions For Health Care Differ 6th District Democratic Candidates Diverge On Government’s Role

Judy Personett and Kerry Luciani have a lot in common.

Craswell Has Higher Calling For Government Gop Governor Candidate Puts God In Her Campaign

1. Ellen Craswell 2. Ellen Craswell, center, prays with the Tacoma Women’s Aglow. Photo by Christopher Anderson/The Spokesman-Review

Val Smith (D)

Resume: 58, Spokane area resident since 1951 … Associate degree Spokane Falls Community College, bachelor’s and master’s degree in social work from Eastern Washington University, 25 years in child welfare …

Ken Whitehall (R)

Resume: 24, lifelong Spokane resident … Education: 1 years at Christian Life School of Theology, now enrolled at Spokane Community College. … Held restaurant jobs ranging from cook to manager, …

Jeff Gombosky (D)

Resume: 25, Spokane native … Mead High School, bachelor’s degree Eastern Washington University. … Program director for the Institute for Neighborhood Leadership, staff member to state Sen. Ray Moore, Democratic …

Lonnie Sparks (D)

Resume: 51, Spokane area resident since 1976. … Graduated from the University of Idaho and Gonzaga University School of Law (1981), officer in the U.S. Army Reserves … Idaho potato …

Morris’ Expenses Reviewed Campaign Fears Ex-Aide Put Hooker On Expense Account


John Roskelley (D)

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Lila Howe (R)

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Cliff Cameron (D)

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