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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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Party-Switching Prior To The CD1 Primary Election

A suspicious number of Republicans have switched parties in the run-up to September’s special election primary for Congressional District 1. From the ProJo: In the 60 days leading up to the Aug. 6 deadline for potential primary voters to switch their party affiliations, nearly 500 voters in Rhode Island’s 1st Congressional District switched from Republican

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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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