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Councilman Edward Stuart makes a point while Councilwoman Mary Parella looks on during the Bristol forum Tuesday night.

Bristol council candidates face off

Bristol council candidates face off

From education funding to economic development to liquor licenses in Bristol, Town Council candidates stated their platforms on a bevy of topics during the last public forum before the Nov. 4 election. Sponsored by the League of Women Voters, East Bay Newspapers and the East Bay Chamber of Commerce, the forum pitted the eight candidates

Bristol’s Democratic candidates (left to right) Richard Ruggiero, Nathan Calouro, Kenneth Marshall, Edward P. Stuart, Jr. and Raymond Cordeiro. Not pictured, Timothy Sweeney.

Bristol Democrats pick their slate for town council race

After serving as the Bristol Town Council chairman, Democrat Ken Marshall is now in the race for a seat in the Rhode Island House of Representatives.Mr. Marshall soundly beat out Warren candidate, John Hanley, to get his name on the November ballot where he will face Republican Michael Donahue. Mr. Marshall tallied 592 votes, more

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