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NEW: Congressman Cicilline Endorses Diossa in Central Falls

Thursday, November 15, 2012

 

United States Congressman David Cicilline today announced his endorsement of City Councilman James A. Diossa for mayor of Central Falls.

“I support James because I know he has the leadership qualities and the energy required to move Central Falls forward,” Cicilline said. “James has continually demonstrated his commitment to his constituents. He is the right leader for the city as it emerges from bankruptcy. I’m confident he will advance Central Falls’ fiscal health and make government more responsive to the citizenry. Residents know they have a clear choice in this mayoral election, between the past and the future; and Central Falls citizens can help ensure a new future for themselves and their city by voting for James Diossa.”

“I am truly grateful for the congressman’s support,” said Diossa. “It will take a lot of hard work to turn Central Falls around. As mayor, I know I will be able to count on Congressman Cicilline as a working partner whom all Central Falls residents can rely on.”

 

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