Providence Police say an arrest warrant has been issued for Pat Cortellessa, who is accused of assaulting a woman at Thursday’s mayoral forum at the Southside Cultural Center on Broad Street in Providence.
Hillary Clinton argued Rhode Islanders “would be so well-served by having this extraordinary woman take responsibility for your state.”
The head of the State Police confirmed investigators are looking into whether two Providence cops were collecting mail ballots at Crossroads.
Jorge Elorza leads Buddy Cianci 48% to 38% in the latest poll from Brown University.
The new survey results from Brown University are the first numbers to be released in the governor’s race in more than a week.
After the dust settled, emails poured into the Eyewitness Newsroom from Democrats and Republicans, challenging what Fung and Raimondo claimed.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley and Republican rival Charlie Baker sparred Wednesday over tax policy.
The candidates offered no concrete plans, but each pledged to address that car tax if they win on Nov. 4.
Groups backed by the Democratic and Republican Governors Associations poured a combined $849,014 into TV attack ads in just the last 24 hours.
“I believe in redemption, I believe in giving people an opportunity to make themselves better, and in doing so make society better,” said former mayor of Boston Ray Flynn.
WPRI.com reporter Ted Nesi looks at what stood out during the live TV clash between Gina Raimondo, Allan Fung and Bob Healey.
Candidates Gina Raimondo, Allan Fung, and Robert Healey debated the issues live on the PPAC stage two weeks before the general election.
The two leading candidates for Rhode Island governor questioned one another’s leadership skills, attacking each other over recent political decisions each has made while touting their plans to create jobs and turn the state’s lagging economy around.
In just two weeks Rhode Islanders will elect a new governor, but before any ballots are cast, candidates Gina Raimondo, Allan Fung, and Bob Healey debated the issues live on the PPAC stage.
The race for Providence mayor could come down to the majority-minority South Side over the next two weeks.
Buddy Cianci, Democrat Jorge Elorza and Republican Daniel Harrop all say they want to reduce car taxes, but have not released plans for how to do so.