R.I. primary reform debate reemerges in 2023 legislative session

CALLS TO reform Rhode Island primaries have resurfaced in the 2023 legislative session after a series of crowded, competitive primaries in the fall. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI PROVIDENCE
The series of crowded, September state and local primaries that crowned victors with less than 50% of the vote reignited calls for voting reform in Rhode Island. But how to make Rhode Island elections more competitive and democratic, and when those changes should happen, depends who you ask. Sen. Samuel Zurier, D-Providence, whose 2022 resolution…

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