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RESULTS: Hometown Election Headquarters 2015

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Election night! Election night!

After the first ballot count Tuesday night, the race for Spokane Mayor appears to belong to incumbent David Condon, who leads Char Lichty 62% - 37%. 

Spokane Prop 1, 2 and 3 are all failing after the first ballot count. 

Incumbent Spokane Council President Ben Stuckart appears to be heading for another term as he is ahead of challenger John Ahern 63% to 36%. 

The race for Spokane City Council Position No. 1 is tight, with Mike Fagan holding a 700-vote lead on challenger Randy Ramos. Fagan leads 54% to 46%.

Lori Kinnear is leading LaVerne Biel for a seat on the city council 54% to 46%, while Karen Stratton leads Evan Verduin for the third council seat 54% to 45%. 

Get the latest results by clicking the link below. 

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