By Will Weatherly on June 27, 2018
As the deadline to run for elected office came and went Wednesday afternoon, there are more than a few political newcomers—many young, and many centered around social justice—that could constitute the makings of a progressive wave in Rhode Island. Governor Most notable might be the governor’s race, where Matt Brown promises to give incumbent Governor […]
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By Bob Plain on July 13, 2016
Appearing before the Providence Board of Canvassers today, Rep. John Carnevale said he does in fact live at the Providence address where he is registered to vote in spite of a WPRI investigative report that indicated he may live in Johnston, outside of the district he was elected to serve. He said he receives mail […]
By Steve Ahlquist on July 13, 2016
Mayor Jorge Elorza has a chance to do the right thing today. After everything he said about Buddy Cianci and the political culture of corruption during his campaign, allowing John Carnevale to run would be a betrayal.
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By Steve Ahlquist on June 28, 2016
Regardless of the ruling in his case, Lisa Scorpio feels Rep Carnevale’s time has passed, “We need new voices at the State House. We need representatives who aren’t so weighed down by controversy.”
By Bob Plain on June 21, 2016
Rep. John Carnevale will have to prove to the Providence Board of Canvassers that he lives in the district he represents. The two-person board of canvassers agreed today that “there is reasonable cause to suggest that John Carnevale … is not in fact eligible to vote,” according to a verbal draft of the resolution compelling […]
By Mike Araujo on February 24, 2016
WHERE: RHODE ISLAND STATEHOUSE ROOM 201 LABOR COMMITTEE
WHEN: THURSDAY FEBRUARY 25, AT 3:30PM.
WHY: We need your SOLIDARITY, your PRESENCE, and YOUR VOICE in support of these two extremely worthy bills.
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