BOSTON - Gina M. Raimondo was running a Rhode Island venture-capital firm in Providence when the mother of two read with alarm that a growing fiscal crisis might force cutbacks in library hours and bus service in 2009. The threat drove her to seek public office for the first time. “I literally put the paper…
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