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Cianci, an independent candidate for Providence mayor, discusses his new campaign and the successes and failures of his prior terms.
An effort to block Buddy Cianci from returning to City Hall is beginning to take shape.
The move comes just days after Block said he's not yet ready to endorse Fung, who beat him in last week's Republican primary.
The Board of Elections voted to allow Robert Healey to appear on the November ballot, rejecting a challenge by the state's Republican Party.
The outgoing mayor of Providence said he wants to ensure that city government remains “free of corruption.”
Buddy Cianci spent most of the debate playing defense as Jorge Elorza and Dan Harrop criticized his candidacy.
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.
Elorza published a 2010 article that suggested it may be constitutional to teach the "non-existence of a theist God" in school.
The Republican candidate for governor, who lost last week's primary to Allan Fung, said he's not ready to endorse his former opponent.
GOP Chairman Mark Smiley said Monday he filed an objection over the Moderate Party's replacement of James Spooner with Cool Moose Party foun…
Republican mayoral candidate says he is "fairly confident" he'll stay in the race, but he isn't ruling out an early exit.
Republican Cranston Mayor Allan Fung says he and state Treasurer Gina Raimondo are tied in the race for governor.
Less than a week after the primary, members of the Providence City Council are jockeying for new leadership posts.
Ted's weekly roundup has everything you need to know to understand what happened in Tuesday's primary and what comes next.