presidential primary

Obama & McCain Win Mock Primary in RI

 From Chris Barnett @ the Secretary of State’s Office You know that one of Secretary Mollis’ priorities since taking office has been a push to get younger voters to the polls in 2008. We plan to hold voter-registration drives at every Rhode Island high school and college leading up to the 2008 elections. With Rhode […]

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Final RI Presidential Primary Field

Thanks to Chris Barnett at the Secretary of State’s Office for this update. Mollis Announces Final R.I. Presidential Primary Field 13 candidates make the ballot; 7 with more than 2,000 signatures compared to 1 in 2004. PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Jan. 10, 2008) – Thirteen presidential candidates will be on Rhode Island’s March 4 primary ballot, Secretary

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RI Presidential Primary

Chris Barnett from the Secretary of State’s Office would like you to know: Rhode Islanders will have a lot of choices when it comes to the state’s March 4 presidential primary. Ten Democrats and 10 Republicans filed Statements of Intent to compete for their party’s nomination by today’s 4 p.m. deadline. The Republicans are Hugh

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December Crucial Month for RI Presidential Primary

 Chris Barnett from the Secretary of State’s Office wants you to know: The first 10 days of December hold critical deadlines for presidential candidates and Rhode Islanders who plan to run for delegate to one of the national political conventions. For example, Dec. 10 is a crucial date for would-be delegates. Your readers can find

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