Joe Trillo isn’t going to be the Trump of the 2018 Rhode Island gubernatorial race.
Quite a lot of my good friends are either activists or people deeply involved in politics. A lot of them
Pew Research released a poll surveying Americans’ feelings about the 2014 midterms, and down at the bottom were the responses
The most fascinating story not yet told in the 2014 elections isn’t the issue of whether or not Healey spoiled
There were a couple of discussions of election reforms tossed around recently that I just have to respond to: 1.
Healeymania: In his best showing for Governor of the four times he’s run, Bob Healey won two towns outright and
Most Rhode Islanders will turnout this Election Day with an eye on the big races. While I don’t want to
I had some more thoughts on instant-runoff voting (IRV). Specifically I want to talk about some of the implications of
Paul Edward Parker has a fascinating story in The Journal detailing that despite having 770,000 residents, Rhode Island has 748,000 registered
I’ve been silent on this since the early part of the primary season, but I thought I’d give my opinions.