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RI 2014 Governor’s Race Weekly Scorecard

Monday, February 03, 2014

 

Each week GoLocal's reporters, editors and MINDSETTERS™ review and grade the candidates, policy statements, their media, and the campaign activities for each of the five major likely candidates for Governor of Rhode Island: Gina Raimondo (D), Angel Taveras (D), Allan Fung (R), Ken Block (R) and the newly announced Clay Pell (D).

 

 

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Pell an A-. Did you see him answer the question if his last name was Smith would he be running for Governor? He looked like he had Parkinson's disease with the way his head gyrated around and he stumbled through an incoherent answer. Michelle protect your husband from himself! get him out of the race. He's going to make an idiot out of the both of you. Personally I love it because he'll split the left.

Comment #1 by Redd Ratt on 2014 02 03

Solid and bordering on spectacular? You have got to be kidding.

Comment #2 by Walter Sobchak on 2014 02 03

So one has been running forever and is dead last in cash on hand. Another post pics of kids making cookies. A far leftist goes way out on a limb calling for a hick in minimum wage. A grand son just joins the race giving no ideas of what he will do and One talks about the issues. The pathway to a better state is clear.

Comment #3 by Winston Smith on 2014 02 04

The writing on these scorecards is consistently embarrassing. What more evidence do we need of Rhode Island's failing education system? GoLocal, please hire an actual journalist or two...

Comment #4 by E Pet on 2014 02 04

http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702303942404579361013529520566

Gina trashed by Wall Street Journal

Comment #5 by Diane Fitzgibbons on 2014 02 07




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