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[Gabe Amo has won the Democratic primary and we wish him well. He will be up against Republican Gerry Leonard in the November general election.] The primary will decide. Voters living in Congressional District 1 will vote today in the special election primary. For those new to the area, the winner in the democratic primary […]

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CD1 Candidates Debate Live On WPRI

(8.29) With the special CD1 primary election approaching, WPRI 12 News will be providing a final look at the Democratic candidates this Tuesday evening when moderators Tim White and Ted Nesi host a live televised debate. Tickets are still available (even though debates would be much better without audience members slowing things down). The debate

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Rally For Regunberg With Bernie!

(8.27) The Columbus Theatre will be hosting a rally for congressional candidate Aaron Regunberg on Sunday, August 27th, with special guest Bernie Sanders! Senator Sanders threw his support behind Aaron last month, joining other notables like Congressmen Jamie Raskin and Ro Khanna, as well as climate activist Jane Fonda. Singer Vanessa Carlton will also be

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Early Voting For CD1 Special Primary Starts

Early voting starts today. Newcomers to the state may not realize that the September 5th primary will effectively determine* who we are sending to represent Rhode Island’s 1st Congressional District in the House of Representatives, the seat vacated by David Cicilline. This is important. There are twelve (12!) Democrats running against each other in this

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Vote For Next Mayor of Providence — Tuesday

Since we have no Republican candidate running for mayor, next Tuesday’s primary will essentially be the election. Last month’s debate was carried live on Channel 12; they have a link for watching the one-hour video. Gonzalo Cuervo, Nirva LaFortune and Brett Smiley, all of whom have several years of experience working in city government, are

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Early Voting Location For Primary Elections

Providence residents can vote early at the Doorley Building* downtown, now through Monday, September 12, 4pm. More Primary Election Info at the board of Canvassers. Monday – Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm. Voters may enter on Greene Street. This ends Monday, September 12th at 4pm. Early voting closed for Labor Day, September 5. Primary election

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Primary Election Info

Attention Providence residents: The deadline to register to vote in the September primaries is Sunday, August 14. The Providence Board of Canvassers has this handy chart: August 14 – Voter Registration Deadline for Primary August 23 – Mail Ballot Application Deadline for Primary August 24 – Early Voting Period for Primary. Where: Doorley Municipal Bldg.,

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Gubernatorial Forum On Climate At RIC

(8.2) Where do Rhode Island’s candidates for governor stand on the state’s most pressing environmental issues? Head over to Rhode Island College this Tuesday for the Gubernatorial Forum on Environment and hear from the candidates about their plans for addressing climate change, creating green jobs, protecting our resources, and other environmental issues facing the Ocean

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RI Dem Women’s Caucus Fundy — Thursday

Head over to Riffraff Thursday, show your support for the Rhode Island Democratic Women’s Caucus, and meet some of this year’s candidates for public office. The RIDWC has really kept on top of things vis-à-vis the looming threat of the Supreme Court. In June of 2019 Rhode Island signed into law the Reproductive Privacy Act

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