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Spokane County Fire District 3 – Prop 1

The Board of Spokane County Fire Protection District No. 3 adopted Resolution No. 21-1 concerning a proposition to maintain and adequately fund District operations. This proposition authorizes the District to restore its regular property tax levy to $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed value to be assessed in 2021 and collected in 2022. The funds will maintain and improve fire protection, emergency medical services and facilities, replace apparatus and equipment, and provide for firefighter safety. The maximum allowable levy in 2021 shall serve as the base for subsequent levy limitations as provided by chapter 84.55 RCW.

  • Approved Winner 76.6%
    3,763
  • Rejected   23.4%
    1,151
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Spokane County Fire District 4 – Prop 1

The Board of Spokane County Fire Protection District No. 4 adopted Resolution No. 2021-003 concerning a proposition to maintain and adequately fund District operations. This proposition authorizes the District to restore its regular property tax levy to $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed value to be assessed in 2021 and collected in 2022. The funds will maintain and improve fire protection, emergency medical services and facilities, replace apparatus and equipment, and provide for firefighter safety. The maximum allowable levy in 2021 shall serve as the base for subsequent levy limitations as provided by chapter 84.55 RCW.

  • Approved Winner 66.7%
    6,399
  • Rejected   33.3%
    3,190
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Spokane County Fire District 8 – Prop 1

The Board of Spokane County Fire Protection District No. 8 adopted Resolution No. 21-03 concerning a proposition to maintain and adequately fund District operations. This proposition authorizes the District to restore its regular property tax levy to $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed value in 2021 and authorizes adjustments by the greater of 1% or the annual U.S. City average unadjusted, all items index, west city class B/C, for the CPI–W reported each June for the five succeeding years. The maximum allowable levy in 2026 shall serve as the base for subsequent levy limitations consistent with chapter 84.55 RCW.

  • Approved Winner 68.4%
    4,340
  • Rejected   31.6%
    2,007
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City of Spokane – District 1, Council Position No. 2

  • Jonathan Bingle  NP 46.6%
    3,299
  • Luc Jasmin III  NP 26.7%
    1,885
  • Naghmana Sherazi  NP 26.7%
    1,889
7,073
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City of Spokane – District 3, Council Position No. 2

  • Zack Zappone WinnerNP 42.2%
    5,993
  • Mike Lish WinnerNP 30.8%
    4,372
  • Lacrecia (Lu) Hill  NP 12.6%
    1,792
  • Karen M. Kearney  NP 10.0%
    1,421
  • Christopher Savage  NP 4.4%
    623
14,201
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Spokane School District – Director Position No. 3

  • Melissa Bedford WinnerNP 43.2%
    15,452
  • Daryl Geffken WinnerNP 32.4%
    11,612
  • Jake Leadingham  NP 7.2%
    2,572
  • Karina Hernandez  NP 5.7%
    2,057
  • Kenneth M. Cameron  NP 5.0%
    1,803
  • Darryl E. Johnson  NP 4.2%
    1,504
  • Andrew Mendez  NP 1.5%
    522
  • Richard Cangelosi  NP 0.8%
    271
35,793
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Spokane School District – Director Position No. 4

  • Kata Dean WinnerNP 31.9%
    11,396
  • Riley Smith WinnerNP 23.6%
    8,453
  • Rion Ametu  NP 20.0%
    7,155
  • Culzean Fairley  NP 18.8%
    6,733
  • Corstian Dehle-Jones  NP 5.6%
    2,012
35,749
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City of Cheney – Council Position No. 3

City of Deer Park – Mayor

City of Deer Park – Council Position No. 1

City of Deer Park – Council Position No. 3

City of Spokane Valley – Council Position No. 4

City of Spokane Valley – Council Position No. 5

City of Spokane Valley – Council Position No. 7

Central Valley School District – Director District No. 5

  • Pam Orebaugh WinnerNP 38.2%
    5,951
  • Ron Linebarger WinnerNP 31.8%
    4,962
  • Jared VonTobel  NP 30.0%
    4,674
15,587
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East Valley School District – Director District No. 3

  • Justin Voelker WinnerNP 45.6%
    1,646
  • Carolyn Peterson WinnerNP 30.3%
    1,095
  • Emelie Braxton  NP 24.1%
    869
3,610
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Spokane County Water District – Commissioner Position No. 2

Adams County

City of Ritzville – Mayor

  • Linda Kadlec  NP 55.5%
    307
  • Dennis Chamberlain  NP 25.7%
    142
  • Glen R. Stockwell  NP 18.8%
    104
553
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Grant County

Quincy School District – School Director No. 5

Moses Lake School District – School Director No. 2

Moses Lake School District – School Director No. 4

Moses Lake School District – Prop. 1

City of Moses Lake – Council Position No. 2

City of Moses Lake – Council Position No. 5

Stevens County

Stevens County Fire District 1 Levy

Levy lift for fire protection/emergency medical services staffing and operational expenses

  • Approved   59.4%
    2,116
  • Rejected   40.6%
    1,449
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Chewelah Mayor