A previously-unknown candidate relying on a combination of luck and a tarnished GOP brand is a big risk for RI’s Republicans.
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.
If nothing else, Sleep Out RI highlighted that homelessness is a policy decision that RI’s leaders need to answer for.
There’s a serious constitutional hurdle in Rhode Island to majority vote systems like instant-runoff voting and top-two nonpartisan primaries.
A high-turnout special offers some lessons about elections in RI.
A five-way race with a set of strong candidates means that anyone could win, but will a base matter more than money?
The race is on to unseat McKee, but right now, it’s all about managing perceptions.
How an achievable proposal for proportional representation using lists would work in Rhode Island.