Spokane Valley

LD List
County List
State
Hidden
Off

James "JJ" Johnson

James "JJ" Johnson is a program advisor and adjunct instructor at Spokane Community College. He has served as both chair and vice chair of the Spokane Valley Planning Commission, director of the Spokane County Human Rights Task Force, and on the Pasadena Park Citizens Advisory Committee.

Linda (Hatcher) Thompson

Incumbent Linda (Hatcher) Thompson was elected in 2017 as part of a more moderate shift on the council. She works as a nonprofit executive director for the Greater Spokane Substance Abuse Council.

Ben Wick

Voters for Position 4 this year will find themselves picking between a Republican incumbent and a far-right challenger. Incumbent Ben Wick describes himself as conservative but has taken some solid votes while in this position.

Linda (Hatcher) Thompson

Like the voters in Position 4, voters for the Position 7 seat will find themselves picking between a more moderate incumbent against a mostly farther-right slate.

Mary K Butler-Stonewall

There are no great choices for Spokane Valley City Council, Position 5.

Though the ballot will show four options, candidate Pat Stretch sadly passed away in a mountaineering accident on Mt. Hood on May 30.

Ben Wick

Voters for Position 4 this year will find themselves picking between a Republican incumbent and at least one far-right challenger. Incumbent Ben Wick describes himself as conservative but has made some solid votes while in this position. He's run, won, and lost several bids for city council.

Lance Gurel

Accountant Lance Gurel is running for Spokane Valley City Council, Position 3. He is prioritizing green spaces and says that the city should have purchased the Painted Hills Golf Course and developed it into a public park.

Tim Hattenburg

Retired teacher Tim Hattenburg is running for Spokane Valley City Council, Position 6 to improve growth management, transparency on the council, and public safety. He served on the Spokane County Library District Board for a decade.

Tim Hattenburg

Retired teacher Tim Hattenburg is running for Spokane Valley City Council, Position 6 to deal with rapid growth, increase transparency on the council, and improve public safety. He served on the Spokane County Library District Board for a decade.