Tag Archives: East Providence City Council 2012 primary election

Ward 3 candidate Tommy Rose (middle) chats with voters as they enter Kent Heights School during the Sept. 11 primary election.

East Providence Council incumbents still bubbly after primary bounce

East Providence Council incumbents still bubbly after primary bounce

EAST PROVIDENCE — Days later, East Providence City Council incumbents Bruce Rogers and Thomas Rose were still basking in the glow of considerable victories Tuesday, Sept. 11, in the city’s non-partisan primary election. Mr. Rogers received 50.3 percent (789 votes) of the ballots cast to top his four-way Ward 2 primary. The veteran pol and

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Election 2012: East Providence City Council seekers answer why they should chosen

EAST PROVIDENCE — Leading up to the Sept. 11 primary, the East Providence Post and eastprovri.com continued to pose questions to the various candidates running for office, including those for City Council Wards 2 and 3. The following is the last prior to Tuesday’s primary. The Post: Why should you be elected? Ward 2 Melissa

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