Election 2022: Gorbea wants to make life easier for businesses as governor

(Editor’s note: This is the fourth in an occasional series of stories speaking with this year's gubernatorial candidates about their economic vision for Rhode Island. You can read the first installment here, second profile here and third in the series here.) PROVIDENCE – After making history in 2014 as the first Hispanic elected to a…

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  1. And she promised to pare down the voter rolls in RI when she first ran for Secretary of State. She didn’t make a dent. And she pushed for auto registration at an inept dmv, that duplicates voters because of their typos. Brilliant.

  2. What a crock! Nellie’s been SoS for almost 8 years and I haven’t seen her make any efforts to implement any of the real changes she outlines in this long winded dissertation. She’s all talk and no action. All sizzle, no steak. Almost makes me wish Seth was running for Guv, almost, but not quite.
    Nellie doesn’t mention her stance on concrete issues facing taxpaying voters like the $500M PVD POB fiasco which will eventually become the State Taxpayers’ burden when PVD inevitably files for bankruptcy. Apparently, Nellie either doesn’t understand (like the vast majority of the current batch of our elected officials) the potential negative impact of the POB on the State Taxpayers or, for self centered political reasons, just doesn’t care.