An Independent Thinker, For Common Sense Solutions

Kim Plese has 32 years of experience as a community service provider, employer, and business woman. Her motto, “It’s About Service” is key to her business’ success and is how she will approach Spokane County government.

Graduate of Leadership Spokane.

Kim has sponsored and supported countless non-profit organizations throughout the region.

Born and Raised in Spokane. Your hometown is her hometown too.

Former Owner/President of Plese Printing & Marketing for 32 years.

Volunteer and Former Board President of Boys and Girls Clubs.

Former Board President of Executive Women International (EWI) Spokane.

“The Spokane County Commissioners are not responsible for repealing or changing reproductive health laws. My opponent wants to distort what I believe instead of defending his own record. Don’t let him.

I have a plan to fight for you: protect your tax dollars, create safer neighborhoods, and build real solutions to homelessness. Those are the issues I will tackle as your County Commissioner.

I’ve given to this community all of my life. I humbly ask for your vote by Tuesday, November 8th.

Policies that bring change.

I want to be your Spokane County Commissioner for District 1. I will work hard, be accessible, transparent and hold County Government accountable. Vote Plese for County Commissioner.

Kim Plese

Endorsed By

  • Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich
  • Spokane County Commissioner Al French
  • Spokane County Commissioner Mary Kuney
  • Spokane County Commissioner Josh Kerns
  • City of Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward
  • Spokane County Treasurer Michael Baumgartner
  • Former City of Spokane Mayor David Condon


Making Public Safety A Priority & Protecting Our Quality Of Life

Kim will ensure that we are protecting and enhancing our quality of life in Spokane by supporting community efforts to keep our neighborhoods safe, while focusing on smart growth that won’t price people out. Kim will make Spokane County the place people want to live, work, and play.


Standing Up For Small Businesses & Workers

With over 30 years of experience, Kim knows what it takes to support businesses, nonprofits, and workers. Kim will fight for relief for the hardworking people who have felt the strain the pandemic, rising cost of housing, and inflation have put on families and small businesses.


Addressing The Housing & Homelessness Crisis

Kim will fight for community-led solutions to the homelessness crisis by ensuring that those facing homelessness are able to get connected to services and get the help they need through community partnerships. Kim will focus on a regional approach to address the rising cost of housing.

Spokane County Commissioners will now be elected by the district they represent, rather than by the county-wide vote. More information can be found at