Spokane City Council

Mike Fagan

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we finish our Spokane city candidate interviews. Steve Jackson talks with one final candidate for Spokane city council president. Mike Fagan is near the end of his second term on the council as a representative from the Northeast district. In addition to his council duties, Fagan is co-director of a political action committee that advocates for lower taxes and hosts a radio talk show.

Breean Beggs

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we go back to the candidate list for Spokane city council president. Steve Jackson has, so far, talked with two of the four candidates whose names will appear on the August 6 primary election ballot: Phillip Tyler and Cindy Wendle. Today, he sits down with Breean Beggs, a current city council member and attorney.

Cindy Wendle

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we present another interview with a candidate for Spokane city council president. That’s the position that controls the legislative agenda of the city council. There are four candidates whose names will appear on the August 6 primary election ballot. Last time we talked with Phillip Tyler. Today, Steve Jackson meets with Cindy Wendle.

Phillip Tyler

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we enter the homestretch of our conversations with the candidates for Spokane city offices whose names will appear on the August 6 primary election ballot. There are four candidates for council president, the seat now held by Ben Stuckart. Today Steve Jackson will begin our conversations with those candidates. First up, Phillip Tyler.

Jerrall Haynes

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we talk with the seventh and final candidate in the Spokane city council race in the Northeast district. Mike Fagan will be leaving his seat and Jerrall Haynes is among the people who hope to replace him. Haynes has not run for the council before, but he is an elected official. Haynes is the vice chairman of the Spokane school board.

Liz Fleming

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we’ll circle back to a Spokane city council race whose candidates we began talking with a few weeks ago. In the South district, the incumbent, Lori Kinnear, faces two opponents. We heard from her and one of those challengers, Tony Kiepe. Now, we talk with the third candidate in the race, Liz Fleming.

Jeff Rugan

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, the last in our series of conversations with candidates running for Spokane city council in the Northwest district. We’ve heard from the incumbent, Karen Stratton, and from three of her challengers. Today, we meet with a fourth challenger, Jeff Rugan.

Andy Rathbun

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, the next in our series of conversations with candidates running for Spokane city council in the Northwest district. We’ve heard from the incumbent, Karen Stratton, and from challengers Christopher Savage and Jeff Martin. Today, we talk with Andy Rathbun. Rathbun originally filed to run for mayor, but changed his mind and decided to seek a council seat instead.

Jeff Martin

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we continue our conversations with candidates running for Spokane city council in the Northwest district. Last time, we heard from the incumbent, Karen Stratton. We’ve also heard from challenger Christopher Savage. In the next three programs, we hear from more challengers. Today, Jeff Martin.

Karen Stratton

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we continue our conversations with candidates running for Spokane city council in the Northwest district. Karen Stratton holds the seat and we’ll talk with her about her accomplishments she considers most important. We’ll also quiz her about issues such as homelessness and a possible new county jail about which we’ve been asking the other candidates.

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