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House speaker’s aide reportedly linked to mafia pot startup resigns

PROVIDENCE – A top aide to House Speaker K. Joseph Shekarchi resigned Thursday amid claims he was linked to an illegal marijuana startup with...

Board of Elections approves new protocols for voting machine testing

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Board of Elections unanimously approved a new set of protocols for the testing of voting machines on Tuesday ahead of...
SIGN OF THE TIMES: Gary Wallace is the owner of Hall of GraFX, a printing shop in Providence that has produced campaign materials for candidates, such as this banner for Gonzalo Cuervo, who finished second in the Providence mayoral primary on Sept. 13.
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MICHAEL SALERNO

THE CAMPAIGN ECONOMY: Election season provides stimulus for many businesses

Forget summer vacation, Gary Wallace hasn’t even had a day off in the last six weeks. That’s what happens when you own a print shop...

Ballot errors teaching R.I. lessons

A series of errors plagued the first two weeks of early voting in Rhode Island’s primary elections, but experts say voters can be confident...

Some candidates see edge in forming teams

Brown University political science professor Wendy Schiller can’t ever remember candidates for Rhode Island governor and lieutenant governor teaming up as though they were...

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...

Voting security advocates, computer scientists sound alarm over new R.I. voting...

Once a common office fixture, fax machines have been reduced to a rare, if novelty, relic. Unless, of course, you’re a military member or overseas...

Census miscount likely allowed R.I. to keep second congressional seat

PROVIDENCE – A miscount in the 2020 U.S. Census Bureau report seemingly allowed Rhode Island to keep its second congressional seat, corrected data from...
RHODE ISLAND's gubernatorial hopefuls take part in the Rhode Island Public Expediture Council's forum on Thursday. From left are Dr. Luis Daniel Muñoz, Gov. Daniel J. McKee, Ashley Kalus, Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea, Helena B. Foulkes and Matt Brown. PBN PHOTO/JACQUELYN VOGHEL

Voters lose out if leading candidates don’t attend debates, observers say

With Gov. Daniel J. McKee’s change of heart and recommitment to participate in Thursday’s gubernatorial forum, he managed to narrowly avoid giving his opponents...

More candidates take virtual route

From YouTube announcements to Twitter fundraising, Rhode Island political candidates are embracing virtual campaigning with gusto as the 2022 election season gains momentum. That doesn’t...
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