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Brandi Peetz, a local valley citizen of over 28 years, filed with the Public Disclosure Commission (PDC) today in Olympia and declared her candidacy for the position of Spokane Valley City Council.





Monday, November 4, 2019 12:00 AM

Election Interview with Sean Owsley - KHQ

 Thank you Spokane Valley Chamber of Commerce and KHQ Local News for this opportunity to share about my campaign. Also a special thank you to KHQ's Sean Owsley for being such a great host! ❤️

Monday, October 14, 2019 12:00 AM

Candidate Minute with Spokane Valley City Council Candidate Brandi Peetz (KHQ)

Check out this quick interview KHQ did with Brandi.  This is a great way to get to know a few details about her before the polls close if you haven't made your choice yet.

Sunday, September 1, 2019 9:41 PM

VOLUNTEERS Needed - Door Belling (September 2019)

Sunday, September 1, 2019 9:26 PM

Choose Wisely, Your Vote Counts - Words from former Spokane Valley City Council Members

“We need to retain Brandi Peetz as our Spokane Valley Councilwoman. She is a strong advocate for safe and well maintained roads as well as enhancing the economic future of our city. Her enthusiasm and experience makes her the best person for the position.”
-Bill Gothmann, Former Spokane Valley City Councilman

“With the recent concerns about property crime, Brandi voted to provide more deputies during peak call times without having to raise taxes. Brandi believes in being fiscally conservative while also trying to keep our community safe. Without public safety first, we cannot attain good roads, responsible development, or thriving parks.”
-Chuck Hafner, Former Spokane Valley City Councilman

I’m the only candidate endorsed by all the past Spokane Valley Mayors and many previous City Councilmembers*. This is an absolute honor and I’m so thankful that I have each of them to look up to. It’s imperative to have these relationships and friendships if theres ever a situation where I need their advice, history, or knowledge. Every one of them has been instrumental in Spokane Valley’s success and I’m humbled to have all their support. ❤️
#endorsementMonday #reelectpeetz#spokanevalleycitycouncil

*not pictured* Michael Devleming, Former Spokane Valley Mayor — with Diana Wilhite, Tom Towey, Charles E Hafner, Michael DeVleming and Bill Gothmann.

Friday, July 5, 2019 12:00 AM

Brandi Peetz stresses public safety; challengers focused on leaner government in race for Spokane Valley City Council

"Peetz said she’s achieved many goals since she was elected in 2017, including supporting a law enforcement training academy to provide new officers with localized on-the-job training, improving engagement among the city and residents, and advocating to make Spokane Valley a welcoming community."

Click on the link to read more of this article...

Monday, July 1, 2019 12:00 AM

Spokane Talks - Meet the Candidate: Brandi Peetz

Take a peek at this interview with Brandi Peetz by Sue Lani Madsen with Spokane Talks. This is a quick "get to know" you piece.

Thursday, June 27, 2019 12:00 AM

Control of Spokane Valley City Council a top issue for two of Councilman Arne Woodard’s primary challengers

Stay updated with information on the upcoming Spokane Valley City Council elections.  Lance Gurel, Arne Woodard, Adam “Smash” Smith and Albert Merkel are vying for seats on the Spokane Valley City Council, Position #3.

Tuesday, May 14, 2019 12:00 AM

It's Official - I've filed for Candidacy for Spokane Valley City Council - Position 2

"On Monday, four candidates filed for Spokane Valley City Council, two of which are incumbents.  They include Brandi Peetz, who won her seat in 2017..."

Sunday, October 22, 2017 12:00 AM

Spokesman Review Letter to the Editor: Bill Bates

"With your vote, we will be focused on a community voice and driving down crime rates, instead of party ideologies. Please join with me to vote for Brandi Peetz. “A Commitment to our Community…A Commitment to Your Voice!”"

*Quote taken from article above

Friday, October 20, 2017 12:00 AM

Spokesman Review Article: Thompson, Peetz best choices for Spokane Valley City council

"Brandi Peetz is trying to unseat Caleb Collier for Position 2. Collier was one of the appointees when Dean Grafos and Chuck Hafner resigned in protest. Peetz said it was the way the council handled the dismissal of City Manager Mike Jackson that drew her to the race. She has a criminal justice-sociology degree from Gonzaga University and has served on the Citizens Advisory Committee for the Sheriff’s Office, volunteered with Sheriff’s Community Oriented Policing Effort and was a 911 operator.

Peetz said public safety is her top priority, and she has the endorsement of Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich (as does Thompson). Several former council members have endorsed Peetz and Thompson, because they want a return to the days when it was a less partisan body."

*The quote above is from the listed article written by the Spokesman Review

Thursday, October 19, 2017 12:00 AM

Spokesman Review Letter to the Editor from Tom Towey (Former Spokane Valley Mayor)

Sunday, October 15, 2017 8:00 AM

The Current October 2017 Issue - Voter's Guide

Here is the October 2017 Issue of The Current.  This is our local Spokane Valley community wide newsmagazine.  There is a 2017 Spokane Valley candidate election guide within it's pages.  Here you can get more information about each of the candidates.


Saturday, October 14, 2017 3:17 PM

Young, Female and Leading A Generation Of Voters 35 and Under

Brandi Peetz has been a resident of the City of the Spokane Valley for over 26 years. Watch her candidate video below. As a concerned citizen and someone who wants to see our city continue to grow and prosper, she decided to "put her hat" in this Spokane Valley City Council race.

She is a female, young and working to lead the next generation of leaders in our community. Our younger voters want to be engaged and have someone in office who is in touch with their ideas and issues, and Brandi is the only only one who fits that bill for the 35 year-old and under constituents. She is showing them that although this entire process can be unnerving, that they can get past the negativity, personal attacks and intimidation.

Check out her website for more information:

Click below to see her speak in this video:

Friday, October 6, 2017 8:20 AM

Peetz Returning to Roots at SCC this Weekend

Candidate Peetz will be attending the Candidate Forum being hosted by the Spokane Coalition of Color.  This group includes the:  Asian and Pacific Islander Coalition (APIC) of Spokane, the Hispanic Business/Professional Association (HBPA) and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). 

Spokane Community College is sponsoring this event so it is being held in the SCC Lair Saturday, October 7th from 10:00AM to 1:00PM.

This event is another great opportunity to hear from several of the candidates running for the Spokane Valley City Council.

SCC is familiar territory for her since she graduated with an Associates Degree from there before she went on to Graduate from Gonzaga University.  She talks very highly of her leadership experiences there and how much they inspired her to run for this position.  She was voted as the Vice President of the Associated Student Government (ASB) for the SCC campus in 2013 and also earned honors with Phi Beta Kappa.  Her education there added to her continuously growing civic responsibility.  Feel free to stop by this event and talk to her in person.  One of her main focuses is to find out how to get more people involved in our local governmental processes and get more feedback from the community.  Our marginalized and minority voices do not appear to be engaging in council meetings and events.  What are your ideas to improve this and make all feel welcome?  See you on Saturday!

FB Link to the Spokane Coalition of Color

Photo of Brandi and Chad Peetz on SCC graduation day 2013.


Thursday, October 5, 2017 1:10 PM

Candidate Forum for Valley High School Students (Hosted by The Current/The Splash)

Check out the pictures from last night's candidate forum.  All of the Spokane Valley City Council candidates were there.  There were even some other candidates for some of the other open positions in the valley as well (Fire, Millwood, etc).

We also want to thank the Spokane Valley high schools who participated (East Valley, West Valley, Central Valley and University).  These students worked together with their civic teachers to help teach them about the election process and then a "Mock Election" followed with ballots and a ballot machine.  

In fact, Peetz was so engaged in a conversation with students that she didn't even get her own ballot in on time. ;)

Link to Photos (click here)

Wednesday, October 4, 2017 12:00 AM

Spokane Valley City Council Meetings - Agendas, Minutes and Video Archives

Community Engagement is a cornerstone of Brandi's campaign.  For those who are unaware, here is a link to the City of Spokane Valley's website.  This particular link gives you access to meeting dates, agendas, minutes, live streaming video and video archives of the Spokane Valley City Council meetings.

This is a great resource if you're not able to attend the meetings in person and want to keep up to date with what is going on with our city.  Below is a screenshot of what the page currently looks like.  Click on the "Council Meeting Minutes 2017" link in the "Archived Video" section.

Tuesday, September 5, 2017 9:03 AM

Campaign Calendar for Peetz

There are several upcoming events that Candidate Peetz will be attending.  Check out the campaign calendar for updates as the major election season comes upon us.

Saturday, July 8, 2017 10:30 AM

Campaign Signs

On Friday morning, you may have seen some volunteers on the corner of Sprague and Sullivan waving signs to support the Campaign to elect Brandi Peetz for the Spokane Valley City Council.  We'd like to give a special thank you to those who waved and honked along the way.  It was another reminder of what a great and welcoming community we have. 

Later in the afternoon, two more volunteers were helping hang some more campaign signs.  We are especially thankful to them since they did it in the heat of the day yesterday.

ELECTION INFO:  Did you know that it is the candidate's responsibility (and their campaign members) to be sure all signs are removed once the election is over?  Since it can be tough to remember where signs were placed, Brandi's campaign has a large map where they pin point the location of each sign.  This is so that when the election is over, each sign will be removed as required.  We want to be sure we are responsibly cleaning up the advertising and keeping our community clean.


Spokane County Sign Regulations

Sunday, June 4, 2017 1:15 PM

Brandi's Campaign KickOff and Silent Auction

Please join us today @ 3:00PM for

Brandi's Campaign KickOff and

Silent Auction Fundraiser

Where:  Players and Spectators

       12828 E. Sprague Ave, Spokane Valley, WA 99216

Brandi is speaking at 3:30PM

Bidding tables begin closing (in a wave) @ 4:00PM

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 5:00 PM

Brandi Peetz - Silent Auctioon Campaign Fundraiser and Kickoff

Brandi Peetz - Silent Auction Campaign Fundraiser and Kickoff

Sunday June 4th, 3pm - 6pm

Players and Spectators II

12828 E. Spague Ave., Spokane Valley, WA 99216

Sponsored by The Committee to
Re-Elect Brandi Peetz
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