What do Providence’s 10 charter questions in 2022 really do – answered as best as I am able!
RI’s Democratic primaries were not the disaster some are making them out to be. They also continue to be a representation disaster.
A constitutional amendment to weaken the power of the RI General Assembly’s presiding officers will just result in the transfer of that power elsewhere.
Candidates spent the last four years maneuvering for office… or not.
A previously-unknown candidate relying on a combination of luck and a tarnished GOP brand is a big risk for RI’s Republicans.
What the DMV’s approach to civic design reveals about our State’s approach to public engagement and transparency.
I went to a public hearing for the Providence Committee on Ward Boundaries on February 22 with the goal of
RI supporters of top-two don’t seem to have considered what happens if voters hate both leading candidates.
How too many politicians and an uncompetitive political system combine to annoy us with candidate announcements.
Abolishing §17-1-2(9) and anything like it in RI law is necessary to ensure the success of any other changes to the political landscape.