Wick, Haley and Padden leading for Spokane Valley Council positions

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SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — In the first round of votes for the primary election, Ben Wick and Pamela Haley have comfortable leads for the two council seats they’re running for, while Laura Padden has a closer race with another candidate.

Wick is currently in the lead for Spokane Valley Council Position 4 with 6,567 votes. Brandon Fenton is trailing behind with 3,163 votes, with Christopher Ingraham at 588 votes and Mark McManus at 571 votes.

City of Spokane Valley – Council Position No. 4

  • Ben Wick WinnerNP 60.3%
    8,915
  • Brandon Fenton WinnerNP 30.1%
    4,450
  • Christopher Ingraham  NP 5.0%
    735
  • Mack McManus  NP 4.6%
    675
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Haley is leading for Spokane Valley Council Position 5  with 5,201 votes. Wayne J. Fenton follows with 2,687 votes, Pat Stretch with 1,518 votes and Mary K. Butler-Stonewall with 1,443 votes.

City of Spokane Valley – Council Position No. 5

  • Pamela Haley WinnerNP 47.2%
    6,952
  • Wayne J. Fenton WinnerNP 25.8%
    3,804
  • Mary K Butler-Stonewall  NP 13.7%
    2,016
  • Pat Stretch  NP 13.3%
    1,955
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Laura Padden is currently in the lead for Spokane Valley Council Position 7 with 4,459 votes. Linda Thompson is trailing closely with 3,969 votes, Adam Smith with 1,765 votes and Renault Patrick Evans with 717 votes.

City of Spokane Valley – Council Position No. 7

  • Laura Padden WinnerNP 41.8%
    6,168
  • Linda (Hatcher) Thompson WinnerNP 36.5%
    5,383
  • Adam Smith  NP 15.1%
    2,224
  • Renault Patrick Evans  NP 6.7%
    990
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