Spokane County Commissioner, District 1
Kerns is a lifelong resident of Spokane County where he attended Mead schools. He earned an associate's from Spokane Community College, then transferred to Whitworth University where he received a bachelor's in business management and later, a master's in business administration. Read more
Spokane County Commissioner, District 2
Mary Kuney is a long-time resident of Spokane, having graduated from both Central Valley High School and Gonzaga University, with a degree in accounting. After college, Kuney worked for a major accounting firm in San Francisco for three years, before returning to Spokane to stay. She met her husband in Spokane and they were married in 1992. They have two children.
Spokane County Commissioner, District 3
After serving in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1969-72, French moved to Moscow, Idaho to attend the University of Idaho where he received his bachelor's in architecture with a minor in business finance in 1977. Read more
Spokane City Council President
Breean Beggs serves as Spokane City Council President. He is devoted to advocacy for the disadvantaged and community reconciliation. For more than twenty years he has effectively presented causes and cases to juries, appellate judges, arbitrators, mediators, community groups and the media. Read more
Spokane City Council Member, District 3
A life-long resident of Spokane, Karen Stratton graduated from Marycliff High School and received her undergraduate degree from Eastern Washington University. Stratton's professional background includes experience in state and local government, higher education and the private sector. She worked as a legislative aide in the Washington State House of Representatives for four legislative sessions. Read more
Spokane Valley City Council Member, Position 4 (Mayor)
Ben Wick was elected to position four of the Spokane Valley City Council as a result of its November 2017 election. Wick previously served a four-year term on the Spokane Valley City Council from 2012 through 2015.
Spokane Valley City Council Member, Position 7
Fulfilling a lifelong dream of serving her community, Linda Thompson was elected to position 7 of the Spokane Valley City Council as a result of its November 2017 election. Read more
Mayor, City of Millwood
Kevin Freeman was elected as mayor of the City of Millwood in November 2013 and took office as Millwood’s ninth mayor in January 2014. He served previously on the Millwood Planning Commission and eight years on the Millwood City Council. Freeman is a hydrogeologist by profession; he manages the local ARCADIS US, Inc. office in Liberty Lake, Washington, which is an international engineering and science consulting firm. Read more
Board Member Appointed by County Commissioner, District 2
A retired school administrator/consultant/businessman, Chuck holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education/Business and a Master of Arts degree in Administration and Guidance from Eastern Washington University, as well as, additional graduate supplemental courses. In addition, Chuck served on the Spokane Valley City Council from May 2011 through 2017 and has served as an active member in numerous community organizations.
Board Member Appointed by County Commissioner, District 3
Born into a military family that settled in Spokane, Andrea is a long-time resident and graduate of Eastern Washington University with a Bachelor of Science in dental hygiene. Frostad married a fellow Washingtonian, and they have made Spokane their home, where they are raising their family. Andrea loves the amazing outdoors and seasons Spokane offers, and believes getting outside is the best way to fall in love with Spokane.