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GERARD CATALA, former Providence City Council candidate and the president of the Providence NAACP, was arraigned Thursday on two charges of failing to file campaign finance reports during election season last year. / PBN FILE PHOTO

NAACP Providence president charged with campaign finance violations

PROVIDENCE – A former Providence City Council candidate and newly elected president of the city’s chapter of the NAACP has been charged with violating...

Kalus outspends McKee in the last stretch before gubernatorial elections

PROVIDENCE – Exactly one week before the elections that will decide Rhode Island’s next governor, recently filed campaign finance reports show that the two...

Kalus, McKee ramp up campaign spending ahead of November election

PROVIDENCE – With the primaries behind them, gubernatorial candidates Gov. Daniel J. McKee and Ashley Kalus are gearing up for the final stretch of...

2 newcomers running well-funded gubernatorial campaigns

Two businesswomen running for governor who are also mounting their first political campaigns have so far led the way in digging into their personal...

Rep. Perez fined for campaign finance violations

PROVIDENCE – State Rep. Ramon A. Perez, D-Providence, was fined for campaign finance violations after an audit found that he used campaign funds for...

Foulkes leads Q2 gubernatorial fundraising, but McKee closes quarter with most...

PROVIDENCE – Gov. Daniel J. McKee is the gubernatorial candidate with the most money in his campaign account as of the end of June,...

2 R.I. state senators fined for campaign finance violations

CRANSTON – Two Rhode Island senators have been fined for violations in their campaign finance reporting, while a former candidate is risking prosecution for...

Out-of-state donors play significant role in R.I.’s 2nd District campaign

R.I. General Treasurer Seth Magaziner rushed out to an early, commanding lead in raising campaign money in the race for Rhode Island’s 2nd Congressional...

Does FEC care about campaign violations?

The Federal Election Commission would prefer not to know. On a party-line vote, the FEC has voted not to pursue enforcement action against the...
IN THE GOVERNOR'S RACE, only Gov. Gina M. Raimondo, a Democrat, and Joseph Trillo, who is running as an independent, will not seek state matching funds for the private contributions they raise in 2018. / PBN FILE PHOTOS/STEPHANIE EWENS/MICHAEL SALERNO

Most gubernatorial candidates to seek state matching funds for 2018 campaigns

PROVIDENCE – Most of the major party candidates for governor have indicated they will seek state matching funds for the private contributions they raise...
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