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Former WA GOP chairman muses on 2024 presidential race

Former Washington GOP Chairman Chris Vance
Photo by Kristie Ayers
Former Washington GOP Chairman Chris Vance

Chris Vance will be the online guest speaker tonight at a Spokane People for Effective Government event.

Chris Vance, the one-time leader of the Washington State Republican Party, is no longer a Republican. He considers himself independent politically and one of his goals is to ensure that Donald Trump is never again elected president.

Vance will speak tonight as the virtual guest of the Spokane group People for Effective Government. The public is invited to attend the virtual event.

He spoke with SPR earlier this week about the 2024 presidential election campaign, which may well be a rematch of 2020.

Chris Vance on 2024 governor's race.mp3

As the former leader of the Washington State Republican Party, Vance also had some thoughts about the state’s 2024 race for governor.

Doug Nadvornick has spent most of his 30+-year radio career at Spokane Public Radio and filled a variety of positions. He is currently the program director and news director. Through the years, he has also been the local Morning Edition and All Things Considered host (not at the same time). He served as the Inland Northwest correspondent for the Northwest News Network, based in Coeur d’Alene. He created the original program grid for KSFC. He has also served for several years as a board member for Public Media Journalists Association. During his years away from SPR, he worked at The Pacific Northwest Inlander, Washington State University in Spokane and KXLY Radio.