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The speaker said the controversy “stains the reputation of all elected officials who serve their constituents with distinction.”
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The embattled lawmaker’s name will have a star next to it on the primary ballot so voters know he is the party’s preferred candidate.
Rhode Island’s senior senator argued the Republican nominee’s “narcissistic insecurity could be a threat to our national security.”
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The analysis of Rhode Island voters by Morning Consult put Clinton at 47% and Trump at 36%, with 17% undecided.
The Providence lawmaker has been under fire since a Target 12 investigation uncovered evidence he may not live in his district.
The cable network ranked the state’s business climate as the worst in the country for the third time in the past five years.
Rhode Island, once one of the whitest states in the country, is steadily becoming much more diverse.
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Wednesday at 4 p.m. was the deadline for Rhode Islanders to declare their candidacies if they want to run for office this year.
The Providence lawmaker has been under fire following a Target 12 investigation into his residency.
An obscure quasi-public state agency will sell bonds to help build the new home of Narragansett Beer in Pawtucket.
The Republican incumbent was one of many to announce campaign plans on the eve of Wednesday’s deadline for candidates to file.
The House speaker’s spokeswoman said he was leaving the Providence lawmaker’s issues to state police and the Board of Canvassers.
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Col. Steven O’Donnell confirmed the investigation after detectives were spotted at Johnston Town Hall.