NARRAGANSETT – Several candidates running for the state Senate and House of Representatives gathered at the Narragansett Town Hall last Wednesday, for a forum hosted by the League of Women’s Voters of South County (LOWVSC). The forum was the last of several forums hosted by the LOWVSC before next Tuesday’s elections.
Candidates for Rhode Island State Senate and Sate Representative seats gathered at Narragansett Town Hall last week for the final candidate forum before November’s election, hosted by the South County League of Women’s Voters.
Voters in Rhode Island House of Representatives District 34 will recognize familiar names on the ballot this year, although in the case of one of the candidates, the party label has changed.
Foreign policy, climate change and immigration were among the top areas of focus as Democratic U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and his Republican challenger, Robert Flanders, met for a debate Oct. 20 at the University of Rhode Island’s Edwards Auditorium.
Four of the candidates for governor offered their visions for the Ocean State’s future – and sharply contrasting impressions of its present – during a debate Monday at the University of Rhode Island’s Edwards Auditorium.
A $1.1-million grant awarded to the Rhode Island Natural History Survey and The Conservation Agency will support a five-year study of the coyote population in the Ocean State, with local communities to be enlisted as researchers work to pinpoint “coyote hotspots.”
Gov. Gina Raimondo announced her decision in a press release on Aug. 29, citing a “lack of consistent practice across district lines.”
With less than two weeks before voters head to the polls, the Democratic primary in the race for the District 36 seat in the Rhode Island Senate is heating up.
The experience of a former state lawmaker or the fresh perspective of a political newcomer?
That is the choice facing Democratic primary voters in Rhode Island Senate District 35.
The Glass Station, a local glass-blowing studio that has operated out of a small building at 318 Main St. in Wakefield for the past 17 years, has moved down the street to a larger studio at 446 Main St.