Politics

Criminal Justice Reform Change Agent Cherie Cruz Announces Run For Rhode Island General Assembly District 58

Cherie Cruz, a leading criminal legal reform advocate, announced today her plans to run for Rhode Island State Representative in District 58, currently held by Rep. Carlos Tobon. The district includes the Woodlawn and Fairlawn communities. “I love this community. I was born in Pawtucket, grew up in low income[Read More…]

by May 4, 2022

NY Congressperson/Donald Trump Acolyte Elise Stefanik Endorses Allan Fung For Congress In RI-02!

Controversial Republican Congressperson Elise Stefanik, who started her career as the youngest woman ever elected to Congress, and evolved from a George Bush moderate appointee, to an ardent supporter of President Donald Trump, has weighed in on the 2nd Rhode Island Congressional Republican Primary. From: Elise For Congress (The Coalition[Read More…]

by May 1, 2022

Lancia CD 2 Campaign: Lancia Remarks On Cranston Herald’s $7M Inherited Debt Story

From The Robert Lancia – Congress Campaign: Retired Navy Chaplain and Republican Congressional Candidate, Robert “Bob” Lancia, has this to say about tax increases in his home City: “It is budget season 2022 in Rhode Island and the politicians will lay their proposed budgets at the feet of the people and[Read More…]

by April 28, 2022

Public Invited to Provide Input On Transportation Needs For State’s Coordinated Transportation Plan

From RIPTA – The Coalition will be reaching out for the Zoom Settings Monday Morning Public Invited To Provide Input On Transportation Needs For State’s Coordinated Transportation Plan Four Virtual Public Meetings to be held April 25 to May 4 The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) and the Rhode[Read More…]

by April 24, 2022

Rhode Island CD2 Congressional Candidate Lancia Weighs In On Title 42 Controversy

  From The Lancia For Congress Campaign: Retired Navy Chaplain and Republican Congressional Candidate, Robert “Bob” Lancia, has this to say about the ongoing discussions of Title 42 in Washington and across the nation: “The United States of America is a sovereign nation based on laws set in place by[Read More…]

by April 21, 2022

Allan Fung Just Raised Five Hundred Thousand Dollars: Does It Really Matter?

  April 15 Was The Federal Elections Commission Filing Deadline For Congressional Candidates In Rhode Island Congressional District 2:  The Coalition Network Begins A Week Long Look At The Candidates Fund Raising. We Start With Perennial Candidate Republican Allan Fung The campaign donation limit for this year, for Congressional Candidates?[Read More…]

by April 18, 2022

Matos Drops The Hammer On Lt Governor Race: Lists Endorsements From Across Rhody Political Landscape

Progressive Activists … Centrist Democrats … Organized Labor … Religious Leaders join an impressive list of endorsements in the first full day of the Sabina Matos Election Campaign. Making the size/scope of the list even more impactful, so early on in the campaign, is the crowded field of established Democrats[Read More…]

by April 15, 2022

Lt Governor Sabina Makes It Rhode Island Official! The Announcement

  At a packed Farm Fresh Rhode Island Hall, appointed Lt Governor Sabina Matos formally entered the race for Lt Governor. Flanked by “running mate” Governor Dan McKee, and a plethora of State/Local Government Leaders, Labor Union Representatives, and Community Activists, LG Matos spoke to her personal history, her work[Read More…]

by April 15, 2022

City of Providence and Laborers’ Local 1033 Reach Tentative Agreement For New Three-Year Contract

From The City of Providence (Developing) The City of Providence and its Laborers’ Union, Local 1033, have reached a tentative three-year agreement to begin July 1, 2022. Laborers’ Local 1033 represents public employees in city departments including City Hall, the Department of Public Works and the Parks Department, among others.[Read More…]

by April 8, 2022

Representative George Nardone Responds To Central Coventry Fire District Request for ARPA funds To Remain Solvent

From The Office Of Rhode Island State Representative George Nardone (Republican D28) In response to the Providence Journal’s April 1, 2022 Hummel Report, which indicated that the Central Coventry Fire District will need to cease operations by June without state assistance, Representative George Nardone offers the following statement: “In 2019,[Read More…]

by April 4, 2022