November 23, 2014

For the second consecutive cycle, Rhode Islanders have elected a governor by plurality.

Democratic General Treasurer Gina Raimondo will take the oath of office in January, having garnered nearly 41 percent of the vote. Republican Cranston Mayor Allan Fung received roughly 36 percent support, while Moderate Party …

Ninety-six years ago, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, fighting ceased … More
The ballots have been cast and counted. A seemingly endless campaign season has, at last, … More
The race for Rhode Island governor has drawn national attention, and in recent weeks has … More
When Rocky Point Park opens this week, visitors will find a changed landscape from the … More
It’s now been nearly a week since word first broke of a threat made against elementary … More
Editorial Cartoon
Write of Way
Meg Fraser
Sun Rise Scoops
Meri R. Kennedy
Too few of our modern-day state leaders appreciate the absolute role they must play in … More
Although the electorate chose another for governor, I still wish to share my ideas for a … More
In her late 20s, Janet Lee Dupree took out a $3,000 student loan to help finance her … More
In response to Steve Brown’s attack on Rhode Island’s 1986 constitutional convention … More
In a recent commentary in the Providence Journal, engineer Andrew Aitkin, retired vice … More
Letters to the Editor

To the Editor:

Despite the disappointment for most freedom lovers over last week’s elections, there is a clear silver lining that we must recognize: that almost everywhere in the USA, more and more Americans are speaking out against and rejecting the liberal status quo. 

There is no major reason why Rhode …

To the Editor: Proponents of a Constitutional Convention say our Constitution needs a … More
To the Editor: After a robust and unique political season, it is time to reflect upon … More
To the Editor: For over 20 years I ran for local offices including mayoral. I always … More
To the Editor: The result of the election for governor was in reality a tepid and … More
Although the electorate chose another for governor, I still wish to share my ideas for a … More
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