The late Robert J. Healey Jr. endeared himself to many Rhode Islanders during three unsuccessful runs for lieutenant governor, primarily on a platform of abolishing the office. The last time he ran, in 2010 as an independent, he captured 39% of the vote. While Rhode Islanders have kept the office, the question of its value…
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