Here’s who’s leading the races for Spokane County Commissioner

SPOKANE, Wash. — It’s Election Night!

For the first time in the general election, Spokane County voters will only be voting for one county commissioner in their district, much like the primary election. Spokane County residents will not see all candidates on their ballots.

The Spokane County Commission is expanding from three commissioners to five this year. The county has been redistricted into five new zones and this year, and voters will only vote for who will represent their district. Countywide commissioner elections are no longer in place.

Here is who is winning each race as of now:

SPOKANE COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 1: (D) Chris Jordan vs. (R) Kim Plese

Chris Jordan: 14,840 votes (55.48%)

Kim Plese: 11,878 votes (44.41%)

SPOKANE COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2: (D) Amber Waldref vs. (R) Michael Cathcart

Amber Waldref: 12,103 votes (56.31%)

Michael Cathcart: 9,366 votes (43.57%)

SPOKANE COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 3: (R) Josh Kerns vs. (States no party preference) Wild Bill Schreiner

Josh Kerns: 22,123 votes (77.33%)

Wild Bill Schreiner: 6,120 votes (21.39%)

SPOKANE COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4: (R) Mary Kuney vs. (R) Paul Brian Noble

Mary Kuney: 16,582 votes (57.83%)

Paul Brian Noble: 11,578 (40.62%)

SPOKANE COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 5: (D) Maggie Yates vs. (R) Al French

Maggie Yates: 14,683 votes (49.02%)

Al French: 15,225 votes (50.83%)

Yates conceded the race, making French the Spokane County Commissioner for District 5.

“Maggie Yates spoke with Al French on Wednesday evening to concede the race for Spokane County Commissioner in the Fifth District and wish him success,” Yates’ team said.

CLICK HERE to see all of the results from Election Night.