Election 2019

Coverage of the 2019 Elections in Spokane and around the Inland Northwest region. 

Election coverage underwriter

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.

Nadine Woodward

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, our last mayoral candidate interview. Nadine Woodward has been part of our lives for the last 30 years as a television news broadcaster, first for KREM and later for KXLY. A few months ago, she retired from the news business and made the decision to enter politics. She sat down recently with Steve Jackson to talk about the issues she’s talking about as she campaigns.

Shawn Poole

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, for the last two weeks or so, we’ve featured interviews with candidates for Spokane city council. Now we’re back to the mayor’s race. Steve Jackson has talked with candidates Kelly Cruz, Jonathan Bingle and Ben Stuckart. You can hear their full interviews at the Spokane Public Radio website. Over our next two programs, we’ll hear from the final two candidates in the race. On Friday, Nadine Woodward and today, Shawn Poole.

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.

Doug Nadvornick/SPR

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we turn our attention to the candidates running for city council from Spokane’s Northwest district. The seat is held by Karen Stratton and she’s running for re-election. She has five challengers. As of now, we’ve interviewed four of them. We’ll talk with Stratton tomorrow. Today we’ll hear from one of the challengers, Christopher Savage. Savage is a Lyft driver who lives on the Five Mile Prairie.

Louis Lefebvre

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we near the end of our conversations with the seven candidates running for a Spokane city council seat in the Northeast district, the seat now held by Mike Fagan. Fagan is running for council president, so this will be an open seat.

We talk with Louis Lefebvre. Lefebvre works as an emergency dispatcher in the combined Spokane city/county emergency system. He will soon his job, as he will tell us, and that played into his decision to run for city council.

Michael Cathcart

Today on the Inland Journal podcast, we continue to work our way down the list of seven candidates who want to replace Mike Fagan on the Spokane city council, representing the Northeast district. Last week, we talked with four of the candidates. Now we turn to Michael Cathcart. Cathcart has worked for the Spokane Home Builders Association. He’s also a political consultant for local candidates.

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