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  • Time to Govern
  • Time to Govern

    David Condon proved he could win an election. But can he govern?
      Mitt Romney, a former governor, canâeuro;™t get much of a foothold with his partyâeuro;™s faithful; Jon Hunstman, also a former governor, canâeuro;™t even get the time of day. But the one who ran a pizza chain and has no relevant experience for the job is still popular after multiple allegations of sexual harassment.
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  • City Hall Shuffle
  • City Hall Shuffle

    Was it a conservative sweep, or did the hardest-working candidate win? Plus other election news.
      âeuro;œVoters clearly want a City Hall thatâeuro;™s open, accountable and responsive,âeuro;� Condon said Tuesday. Itâeuro;™s something many city leaders have said in the past, including the woman heâeuro;™s replacing. But it was the fact that Condon fielded questions that set him apart.
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  • The Results Are In
  • The Results Are In

    Verner's down, Stuckart is up, Spokane leans rightward
      Gadzooks! The election results are in!Out of 96,000 ballots cast in this year's general election, and with 40,000 left to count, Spokane Mayor Mary Verner is losing in her bid to be the first mayor
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  • Here They Come
  • Here They Come

    Spokane's mayor green-lights megaloads on city streets. Environmentalists cry foul.
      Oil spokesman Jon Hardin says trucks may only move through the neighborhood between 11 pm and 5 am. So far, about 10 of the 250 loads, which weigh 200,000 pounds and are over 16 feet tall, have come through town, escorted by the Washington State Patrol, Harding says.
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  • Battle Royale
  • Battle Royale

    The Verner-able Incumbent fights Captain Condor for control of Spokane City Hall.
      Like a shadow in the night, the possible re-election of a Spokane mayor has slinked upon us with little warning. Gone are the horrors of recalling a mayor and appointing a successor for less than two
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  • Mary's Very Bad Month
  • Mary's Very Bad Month

    Verner has stumbled into a PR nightmare, but her leadership still shows.
      Mayor Mary Verner has not had a good month. The Otto Zehm tragedy won’t go away. Her plans to seek a settlement somehow got derailed. It seems ever clearer that the city’s police department, in concert with the city’s legal staff, moved directly to their preferred default position — stonewall.
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  • She Said, He Said
  • She Said, He Said

    The winners and losers of two recent debates.

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