The debate between Democrat Jorge Elorza, Republican Daniel Harrop and independent Buddy Cianci was held at RIC Tuesday night.
Democrat Jorge Elorza, Republican Daniel Harrop, and independent Buddy Cianci faced off in their first televised debate Tuesday night.
Six members are supporting Jorge Elorza, five are with Buddy Cianci and four say they still haven't picked a candidate.
Elorza held a morning press conference aimed at introducing himself to the 37% of voters who say they don't have an opinion on him.
The new analysis shows just 5% of higher-income K-3 students missed that much time.
Cianci has now picked up the endorsements of the city's teachers, firefighters and police officers.
Experts predict vicious ads and brutal mailers from Buddy Cianci and Jorge Elorza in the final six weeks of the campaign for mayor.
More than half of all voters – and 64% of undecideds – say Cianci's convictions are important to them.
Violent crime is down in Providence, but the vast majority of voters say they are still concerned.
Two of the four major city unions have now backed the former mayor's comeback bid after staying neutral during the primary.
Union members overwhelmingly voted down a tentative contract Monday evening.
Two youthful outsiders are campaigning to replace Gordon Fox as the state representative for his district on Providence's East Side.
The U.S. attorney's office has spent months digging into the evidence they gathered in the March raids that triggered Fox's resignation.
An effort to block Buddy Cianci from returning to City Hall is beginning to take shape.
Two years after Rhode Island changed it public records law, a new report finds that many agencies are failing to comply with the policy.
The outgoing mayor of Providence said he wants to ensure that city government remains “free of corruption.”