If you want a better class of legislator, then you have to pay people what they’re worth.
How an achievable proposal for proportional representation using lists would work in Rhode Island.
A reader offers a suggestion for how to make the lieutenant governor matter, but I think we’ve already decided that it shouldn’t.
What if Rhode Island actually had five political parties instead of two?
The way legislation gets passed in Rhode Island is deeply dysfunctional.
Term limit advocates mean well, but the solution is no substitute for competitive elections.
One of things that’s troubled me in the release of the 38 Studios documents is that beyond Corso’s failure to register
One of the ideas I’ve seen thrown out in the wake of Speaker Fox being charged and pleading guilty for “bribery, wire
News out of Boston about Black Lives Matter protesters blockading a highway has led to State Senator Leonidas Raptakis (D –
Not much, really. Katherine Gregg has a short bit in yesterday’s Providence Journal Political Scene about the change in unaffiliated voter proportions from