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Ballots must be mailed by Tuesday

11/01/2013

By MIKE HUFFMAN
Managing Editor

 

The Spokane County Elections Office has mailed out more than 275,000 ballots to registered voters.
Now elections officials want them back. Filled out, of course.
Ballots need to be placed in the mail no later than Election Day, Nov. 5. They can also be placed at drop boxes located at local libraries, STA Plaza or the county elections office, 1033 W Gardner. On Tuesday, a voter service center will be open at CenterPlace, 2426 N. Discovery Place.
Local elections include:
Spokane County Prop. 1 – Levy to Protect Fairchild Air Force Base
          Yes
          No
Town of Fairfield – Mayor
          KayDee Gilkey
Town of Fairfield -- Council Position 1
          Harry Gibbons
          Emily Thomas
Town of Fairfield – Council Position 2
          Alene Felgenhauer
          John Jesseph
Town of Latah – Mayor
          Douglas Arnold
          Charisma (Chari) Conklin
Town of Latah – Council Position 1
          Melanie Meagher
          Patricia Neumann
Town of Latah – Council Position 2
          Larry LaBolle
          Teresa Galvin
Town of Latah – Council Position 3
          Garry Greenwalt
          Yvonne Warren
Town of Latah – Steven (Steve) Leitz
City of Liberty Lake – Council Position 1
          Debbi J. Haskins
          Lori Orlander
City of Liberty Lake – Council Position 2
          Hugh Severs
          Jeff Sitton
City of Liberty Lake – Council Position 4
          Odin Langford
          Mike Tedesco
City of Liberty Lake – Council Position 6
          Keith L. Kopelson
Town of Rockford – Fire protection levy
          Yes
          No
Town of Rockford – Mayor
          Micki L. Harnois
          Steve Meyer
Town of Rockford – Council Position 1
          Steven Lyle Christman
          David Thompson
Town of Rockford – Council Position 2
          Carrie Roecks
Town of Rockford – Council Position 5
          Robert Tollefson
          Chuck Collison
City of Spokane Valley – Council Position 1
          Rod Higgins
          Linda J. Thompson
City of Spokane Valley – Council Position 4
          Ed Pace
          Gary Schimmels
City of Spokane Valley – Council Position 5
          Chuck Hafner
          Donald (Don) Morgan Jr.
City of Spokane Valley – Council Position 7
          Bill Bates
          Fred Beaulac
Orchard Prairie School District – Position 1
          Steve Finn
Orchard Prairie School District – Position 2
          Suzanne Savall
Central Valley School District – Position 2
          Tom Dingus
Central Valley School District – Position 4
          Amy Mason
Freeman School District – Position 2
          Edward A. Cashmere
Freeman School District – Position 4
          Neil J. Fuchs Jr.
East Valley School District – Position 3
          Heidi Gillingham
          Justin Voelker
East Valley School District – Position 4
          Fred Helms
          Kerri Lunstroth
East Valley School District – Position 5
          Deanna L. Ervin
          Mike Novakovich
West Valley School District – Position 1
          Jim Williams
West Valley School District – Position 2
          Robert N. Dompier
West Valley School District – Position 4
          Adam Mortensen
West Valley School District – Position 5
          Pam McLeod
Spokane Valley Fire Department – Position 1
          Kolby Hanson
Spokane Valley Fire Department – Position 2
          Michael DeVleming
          Ronald (Ron) Schmidt
Spokane Valley Fire Department – Position 5
          Michael (Mike) Pearson
Fire District 8 – Position No. 1
          Dennis L. Ross
Fire District 9 – Position 3
          Judith (Judy) Personett
          Jim Bennett

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