Rhode Island - Bob Healey, founder of the Cool Moose Party will joined the race for Rhode Island Governor on Thursday, but as a Moderate. The candidate, James Spooner of the Moderate Party had to drop out due to medical reasons. The Chairman, William Gilbert of the Moderate Party informed the Secretary of State ‘s office Thursday about the change. Healey has previously run for Lieutenant Governor hoping he could eliminate the office. He has made multiple runs for office and won 39 percent of the vote for lieutenant governor in 2010.
Listen to Rhode Island State Treasurer and Democrat Candidate for Governor, Gina Raimondo’s, message at the 911Memorial
Listen to Mrs. Raimondo words at the 911 Memorial Ceremony that took place at the State House this morning
Cranston Mayor and Republican Candidate for Governor, Allan Fung’s message at the State’s 911 Memorial
Listen to Mr. Fung's words at the 911 Memorial Ceremony that took place at the State House this morning
Democrat - US Senate Precincts Reported Percent 411 409 100% CANDIDATES Total Pct John F. Reed (Dem) 94,155 100% Democrat - Congress District 1 Precincts Reported Percent 198 197 99% CANDIDATES Total Pct David N. Cicilline (Dem) 36,218 63% Matthew J. Fecteau (Dem) 21,637 37% Democrat - Congress District 2 Precincts Reported Percent 213 212 100% CANDIDATES Total Pct James R. Langevin (Dem) 42,739 100% Democrat - Governor Precincts Reported Percent 411 409 100% CANDIDATES Total Pct Gina M. Raimondo (Dem) 51,770 42% Angel Taveras (Dem) 35,803 29% H. Claiborne Pell (Dem) 32,986 27%…
Rhode Island - Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee within 24 hours of primary decided Monday night to pre endorse Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Clay Pell The latest survey has a Pell with 26% of voter preference Angel Taveras battling for second place with 27% and Gina Raimondo in first place with 32%