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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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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...

Gov. McKee narrowly wins Democratic primary

PROVIDENCE (AP) – Gov. Dan McKee eked out a victory in his Democratic primary on Tuesday, beating back strong challenges from a pair of...

R.I. launches online ballot tracker ahead of primaries

PROVIDENCE – The R.I. Office of the Secretary of State is again offering live voting updates leading up to the Sept. 13 primaries. Secretary 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...

Commerce at crossroads: How will the gubernatorial election change R.I.’s economic...

Gov. Daniel J. McKee was in his element as he strolled along Main Street in East Greenwich one afternoon in July. It was another stop...
R.I. Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea was the first Hispanic elected to a statewide office in New England in 2014. She was since re-elected, but is now running for governor of Rhode Island in the 2022 election. Gorbea said she wants to make processes easier and more accessible for businesses seeking to grow or establish themselves in Rhode Island. / COURTESY FRIENDS OF NELLIE GORBEA

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

(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...

Gubernatorial candidates sound off on housing, taxation at RIPEC debate

WARWICK – American Rescue Plan Act funding allocation, affordable housing, taxation and combating inflation were several issues that took center stage at a gubernatorial...

Magaziner: ‘Voters in the 2nd District know me’

CRANSTON – R.I. Treasurer Seth Magaziner has changed course in seeking higher office, going from targeting the state’s highest elected post to now looking...

‘Community advocacy matters’

As recently as last summer, Rhode Island appeared all but certain to lose one of its two U.S. House seats. For years, the state had...

Rhode Islanders approve $400M in bond questions

PROVIDENCE (AP) – From state college investments to beach and roadway projects, Rhode Island voters approved about $400 million in state spending during a...
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