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Block Calls Out Raimondo For Failing To Support 2010 Tax Reform—Republican candidate for Governor Ken Block has blasted…

 
 
 

Ric Santurri: What the Solomon Poll Really Says about the Providence Mayor’s Race

Yesterday, floundering Providence mayoral candidate Michael Solomon tried to put the wheels back on his campaign wagon by

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NEW: McKee Launches First TV Ad for RI Lt. Governor Bid

Cumberland Mayor and Democratic candidate for Lieutenant Governor Dan McKee has launched his first TV ad. 

 
 

NEW: Prov. Police Union to Picket Taveras at Gubernatorial Debate

The Providence FOP is planning to picket Taveras at debate on Tuesday.

The Providence Fraternal Order of Police will picket Providence Mayor Angel Taveras at the Democratic gubernatorial primary

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New Solomon Ethics Violations Alleged by Providence City Council Candidate Long

Providence City Council candidate Michael Long has announced he intends to file a new ethics complaint against City Council

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NEW:  Poll Shows Solomon Can Beat Cianci

Michael Solomon, Democratic candidate for Providence Mayor

Internal polling released by Democratic candidate for Providence Mayor Michael Solomon's campaign today indicates that

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Block Calls Out Raimondo For Failing To Support 2010 Tax Reform

Ken Block

Republican candidate for Governor Ken Block has blasted Democratic candidate for Governor Gina Raimondo for not providing an

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NEW:  Elorza Picks Up Three More Endorsements

Jorge Elorza, Democratic candidate for Mayor of Providence

Democrat Jorge Elorza has picked up new endorsements from the Rhode Island chapter of the National Organization for Women’s

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Fung Blasts Block for Government Contract Extension and Refusal to Release Tax Returns

Allan Fung

Republican candidate for Governor Allan Fung has called out his opponent Ken Block's new two-year government contract

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Guest MINDSETTER™ Daniel Harrop: Real Choice for Providence

The panic was palpable. There were tears as Brett Smiley withdrew from the Democratic primary for Mayor last Friday at

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NEW: Former Smiley Staffers Join Elorza Ranks

Jorge Elorza

Democratic candidate for Mayor Jorge Elorza has brought on several of Brett Smiley’s former staffers to his own campaign.Read More

 
 

video: NEW: Pell Launches Television Ad “Hope”

Democratic candidate for Governor Clay Pell has released a new television ad titled "Hope".

 

Russell Moore: Elorza, Smiley Cut an Insider’s Deal

It’s the irony of ironies.

Brett Smiley and Jorge Elorza, the two Providence Mayoral candidates who have been

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Herb Weiss: Gubernatorial Candidates Go Negative to Get Votes

With less than three weeks before the September 9th Democratic primary, gubernatorial candidates are working overtime to get

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Hull Criticizes Smiley Withdrawal

Ray Hull

Rhode Island State Representative Ray Hull has criticized mayoral Democratic candidate Brett Smiley for withdrawing from the

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