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East Providence Ward 4 City Committee denies write-in involvement

East Providence Ward 4 City Committee denies write-in involvement

EAST PROVIDENCE — East Providence Ward 4 City Committee Chairman Charlene Damiani denied any prior knowledge of a proposed write-in effort backing Robert “Bob” Gagnon for the City Council seat in Riverside. The East Providence Post and eastbayri.com reported earlier of a grass-roots movement taking place Election Day in support of Mr. Gagnon to oppose


A busy election day for Barrington

It’s been a busy day for voters, candidates and poll workers in Barrington. Moderators at a number of polling locations around town said they had lines of voters ready to go prior to 7 a.m. and traffic has not let up since. At Sowams School, for example, a line of voters extended outside the cafeteria

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Write-in effort underway for Gagnon in East Providence Ward 4 race

EAST PROVIDENCE — Written about in the comments section of a story here at www.eastbayri.com and other websites, a write-in effort for Robert “Bob” Gagnon in the East Providence Ward 4 City Council race is underway, albeit without much not knowledge from the man himself. “I have no feeling, no thoughts. I really don’t know,”

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East Providence polling places for Tuesday, Nov. 6, Election

EAST PROVIDENCE — EAST PROVIDENCE — The following is a list of polling locations provided by the East Providence Canvassing Department for the Tuesday, Nov. 6, General/Presidential Election. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. at each location. Ward 1 Francis School, 64 Bourne Ave. City View Manor, 99 Goldsmith Ave. Rumford Towers,

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City Manager outlines proposed East Providence Charter changes on Nov. 6 ballot

EAST PROVIDENCE — In a press release issued late last week, East Providence City Manager Peter Graczykowski outlined the proposed amendments to the City Charter up to vote in next Tuesday’s election. The release reads as follows: On the November 6, 2012 ballot, the residents of East Providence will be asked to vote on important

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Two proposed East Providence Charter changes have merit, while two don’t pass muster

East Providence residents will be asked to vote on four City Charter amendments on the Nov. 6 ballot. The Post believes two have merit and two do not. The Budget Commission itself proposed putting a so-called “Rainy Day” Fund Charter addendum on the ballot and the Council also backed what is in essence is an

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Secretary of State’s Office offers IDs, advises East Providence residents on voting Tuesday

PROVIDENCE — Election Day is Nov. 6, and Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis is offering voters some advice to help make their trip to the polls go smoothly. “You should be prepared for the changes you will encounter at the polls. From Voter ID to the location of your polling place and the hours