A majority of Gina Raimondo’s votes came from just seven cities and towns, while a majority of Allan Fung’s came from only eight.
Tuesday’s primary followed a hard-fought and expensive campaign between the three major Democratic candidates.
WPRI.com reporter Ted Nesi looks at what stood out during the live TV clash between Ken Block and Allan Fung.
WPRI.com reporter Ted Nesi looks at what stood out during the live TV clash between Gina Raimondo, Angel Taveras and Clay Pell.
Ted’s weekly news roundup tackles Fung’s bad week, Kennedy’s attack on Pell, who else is winning, veterans, depression and more.
Ted’s weekly roundup tackles the costly race for governor, Republican underdogs, whether CVS will go, jazz, student loans and more.
The CEO of GateHouse Media, which is buying the paper for $46 million, spoke to nervous employees there Wednesday.
The Boston Business Journal’s Jon Chesto talks with WPRI.com’s Ted Nesi about the company that’s buying the paper and its plans.
The Journal’s publisher told his staff Tuesday that “more information on further employment … will come soon.”
Ted’s weekly roundup tackles the feisty fight for lt. governor, Cianci, Raimondo’s TV hit on Taveras, Jack Reed’s sunscreen bill and more.
Ted’s weekly roundup tackles Caprio’s comeback, Cianci’s campaign cash, Clay Pell’s TV ads, RI’s economic problems and more.
Ted’s news roundup tackles Mattiello on tax hikes, CVS moving overseas, Karen MacBeth’s future, the GOP, Yawgoog and more.
Ted’s weekly roundup tackles all aspects of the Cianci comeback, why Fung and Magaziner are feeling confident, and much more.
Ted’s news roundup tackles Clay Pell’s new TV ad, Buddy Cianci’s plans, Mattiello’s success, Coventry’s “Crazy Curtain Lady” and more.
Ted’s weekend roundup tackles RI’s budget nightmare, why candidates attack, McCain’s friendship with Sen. Whitehouse and more.
Ted’s weekend roundup tackles Clay Pell’s plans to rebound, who won in the state budget, Buddy Cianci’s comeback, and more.