Republicans allege the Democratic speaker’s campaign misused mail ballots, but his lawyer has dismissed the suggestion.
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The Democratic House speaker isn’t waiting long to start refilling his campaign coffers after an expensive re-election race.
The final tally gave Rhode Island’s Democratic House speaker a lead of 85 votes over Republican challenger Steven Frias.
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Shawna Lawton privately claimed a Mattiello adviser “promised” help on her anti-vaccine activism before she endorsed him.
Nancy Pelosi has been House Democrats’ leader since 2003, but she’s now facing a revolt from some in her caucus.
The Rhode Island Republican Party chairman has questioned the behavior of Mattiello’s campaign workers.
The improving fiscal picture should make it easier for Governor Raimondo to balance her next proposed budget, which is due Jan. 19.
The Democratic governor now faces a radically different political landscape in Washington than she expected one week ago.
The governor said Hewlett Packard Enterprise must pay the money by the end of the day or else face further court action.
The company has also been ordered to provide the court with copies of computer code for the long-delayed system.
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House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello said he plans to use the additional money to start eliminating the car tax.
Rep. Joe Shekarchi, a 54-year-old Warwick Democrat and lawyer, will replace John DeSimone as the House speaker’s No. 2.
The Democratic House speaker’s Republican challenger refused to concede, alleging misuse of mail ballots by Mattiello.
The Democratic House speaker’s GOP challenger is alleging his opponent “may have engaged in mail-ballot fraud.”
The Democratic House speaker is confident Thursday’s final count will show him winning re-election over GOP challenger Steven Frias.
Trump is on track to post the strongest Republican presidential showing in Rhode Island since George H.W. Bush in 1988.
A handful of races were still too close to call Tuesday night as the R.I. Board of Elections continues counting mail ballots.
Here’s a quick cheat sheet as voters head to the polls to decide on a new president, Mattiello’s future, marijuana and more.
The inside scoop on everything you know about Rhode Island’s big election contests on Tuesday and what to expect.
The Democratic House speaker is in a tough re-election fight against Republican National Committeeman Steven Frias.
The endlessly delayed computer project has been embarrassing state officials for almost a decade now.
The first-term Democratic governor is up for re-election in 2018.
The messages published by Wikileaks also showed Clinton’s campaign manager saying, “Cicilline has been begging me for stuff to do.”