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What has Rose really done?

By   /  October 5, 2012  /  Letters to the Editor  /  1 Comment

To the editor, After reading the article on September 20th, “Primary Winners Still Bask in the Glow of Results”, I must tell you, you struck a nerve. For the most part I found the artiicle interesting and informative until you got to Ward 3, Mr. Rose and his comments. At that point, I damn near […]

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Election 2012: East Providence-Barrington House hopefuls discuss duplication, same-sex marriage

By   /  September 28, 2012  /  Government & Politics  /  No Comments

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EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Post’s weekly coverage of Election 2012 returns to the three races now set for seats in the General Assembly — House Districts 63, 65 and 66. The seven candidates were presented with two questions, one on a fiscal issue and the other on a social matter. Their responses were […]

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Candidate forums set for Barrington, Bristol and Warren races

By   /  September 27, 2012  /  Government & Politics  /  No Comments

Rhode Island Voter Coalition will be hosting three candidate forums for Bristol, Warren, and Barrington voters during the next few weeks. Our format is unscripted and all of the questions are asked by you the voters. Each candidate will have the opportunity to make an opening statement, and then questions are taken from the audience. […]

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Election 2012: At-Large School Committee candidate Warr answers questions

By   /  September 27, 2012  /  Government & Politics  /  No Comments

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EAST PROVIDENCE — Email problems caused At-Large School Committee candidate Ronald Warr to miss The Post’s print deadline for last week’s edition in which he and others running for the education-based offices were given three questions to answer. Below are his complete responses. A summation of his answers ran in the Sept. 27 print edition […]

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Portsmouth voters knock incumbents from school board

By   /  September 11, 2012  /  News  /  1 Comment

Portsmouth Democrats favored newcomers over the two incumbents for Portsmouth School Committee in Tuesday’s primary election. Marilyn King and Angela Volpicelli, Democrats who have been school committee members for four years, were voted out, in favor of Emily Copeland, who received the most votes, followed by Andrew Kelly and Terri-Denise Cortvriend. About 10 percent of registered […]

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