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Utah’s Political Drama To Upstage Soap Operas Congresswoman To Speak About Future Ex-Husband, Finances

GOP Rep. Enid Greene Waldholtz File/Associated Press

Chenoweth Challenger Seeks Funds


Gramm Asks Donors For ‘Emergency’ Gifts

Sen. Phil Gramm of Texas has sent some supporters a letter asking for “emergency donations” to cover a “cash shortfall” that threatens his campaign for the Republican presidential nomination. “The …

Gingrich Denies Fec Allegations

House Speaker Newt Gingrich angrily denied on Thursday that a GOP political committee had illegally supported his 1990 campaign. Democrats seized on newly released documents to challenge the speaker’s conduct. …

Ex-Minnesota Senator Gets Probation, Fine Falsifying Expense Account Ended Durenberger’s Career


Fec Claims Gingrich Got Illegal Assist Documents Suggest Gopac Backed 1990 Campaign When It Was Prohibited From Doing So

The Republican political action committee GOPAC helped “support” the 1990 re-election campaign of Rep. Newt Gingrich, R-Ga., at a time GOPAC was legally prohibited from aiding federal candidates, according to …

Waldholtz’ Spouse Linked To Earlier Money Troubles He Was Fired As Personal Aide To National Committeewoman

Utah Rep. Enid Waldholtz. Photo by Associated Press

Chenoweth Funds Again In Question Ex-Aide Wants Bonus; Demos Want Blood

Helen Chenoweth

Chenoweth Says Fec Contacted Commission Has No Record; Attorney Claims She Misspoke

Still stinging from questions about a $40,000 bank loan to her campaign, Republican Congressman Helen Chenoweth asserted on Tuesday that it was obtained in conjunction with discussions with attorneys for …

Tribal Gambling Comes Up A Loser Voters Also Reject Property Rights Referendum, Canceling Law

Washington voters resoundingly rejected Tuesday a tribal gambling initiative which would have allowed slot machine gambling on Indian lands. Voters also turned down Referendum 48, canceling a law passed by …

Voters Reject City-County Merger Freeholders’ Concept For Change Perceived As Too Radical For Most

In a defeat for government reformers, voters said no Tuesday to a proposal to merge Spokane city and county governments. The vote caps an effort that started 30 years ago, …

Gaspard To Resign From Senate Democrat Takes Job As Director Of State Higher Education Board

Senate Majority Leader Marc Gaspard on Saturday accepted the job as executive director of the state Higher Education Coordinating Board, bringing an end to his 23-year legislative career. Gaspard said …

Supporters Outspending Opponents

Supporters of the unified charter are outspending opponents more than 20 to 1, according to county election records updated last week. With strong backing from businesses, the pro-consolidation group We …

State Democrats To File Complaint On Chenoweth Loan

Although Republican Rep. Helen Chenoweth denies there’s anything wrong about the way she has listed a $40,000 loan, Democrats say they plan to file a complaint with the Federal Elections …

Austin Loquacious; Sterk Studied Candidates For 4th District Legislative Seat Demonstrate A Distinct Contrast In Their Styles

The contrast between the two candidates for the 4th District seat in the state House of Representatives, Mary “Chey” Austin and Mark Sterk, is striking. Austin, a Democrat, is a …

Mary ‘Chey’ Austin Democrat

Personal: Age 56 … born in Wisconsin … lived in Spokane area off and on over the past 50 years … also has lived in Florida, California, Illinois, New York, …

Mark Sterk Republican

Personal: Age 43 … born in Spokane … sergeant, Spokane Police Department … served in Marine Corps, 1970-79 … member, Greater Spokane Substance Abuse Council, United Way, Spokane County Traffic …

Chenoweth Acts To Pay Off Loan Lawmaker Aims To Defuse Controversy During Nic Meeting


John Roskelley


Martin Burnette


Christie Querna

Christie Querna

Rocco Treppiedi

Rocco Treppiedi

Tribes Bet A Bundle On Initiative 651 Supporters Ante Up $1.3 Million For Indian Gambling Measure

The tribal gambling measure is the most expensive campaign in the state of Washington, with more than $1.3 million already spent by supporters of Initiative 651. The Spokane Tribe is …

Bev Numbers

(photo of Bev Numbers)

Jeff Colliton

(photo of Jeff Colliton)

John Talbott

John Talbott

Orville Barnes

Orville Barnes

Roberta Greene


Jim Kolva


Greene, Kolva Alike In Substance But Differ In Style

1. Greene 2. Kolva