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Thursday, September 18, 2014

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  • Election Central

    Other sites
    Election beat writer Jim Camden has compiled the following list of political Web sites.

    Government
    Judicial candidates voters' guide
    Secretary of State elections page
    Spokane County elections page

    Political Parties
    Washington State Republican Party
    Spokane County Republican Party
    Washington State Democratic Party
    Spokane Count Democratic Party
    American Heritage Party
    Libertarian Party
    Reform Party of Washington
    Freedom Socialist Party


    Liberty Lake's message is clear
    Liberty Lake voters clobbered the candidate who favored dismantling their community sewer and water district, declaring their 70 percent majority a "back-off'' message to city leaders.


    Read more Spokane Valley election stories.