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January 6, 2015

I am so proud and humbled to be Rhode Island's next governor.

November 5, 2014
We did it. The people of Rhode Island elected me the next governor of our state and I'm ready to get to work. 
So many of you had a hand in this victory, and I want you to know: your help mattered. This would not have been possible without you. If you knocked on a door, made a phone call, donated any amount of money, talked to friends and family or contributed to this campaign in any way, I can't thank you enough.
November 2, 2014

President Bill Clinton supports Gina Raimondo for governor because Rhode Island needs a leader who will rebuild the middle class. Listen to President Clinton's message below.

October 26, 2014
On Thursday, Oct. 30, First Lady Michelle Obama will headline a GOTV Rally to Rebuild the Middle Class in support of Gina Raimondo, Democratic candidate for Governor of Rhode Island. 
This is a free, public event with ticketed admission. Doors will open at 11 a.m. and seating will be first come, first serve.   
October 17, 2014
The Raimondo for Governor campaign will begin making tickets available for the Friday, October 24 Rebuilding the Middle Class Event with Hillary Rodham Clinton this weekend.
October 16, 2014

Gina Raimondo, Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and George Nee, president of the AFL-CIO, talked to thousands of voters across Rhode Island in a live telephone town hall on how to rebuild our state's middle class.

September 30, 2014

Gina Raimondo participated in a Twitter Town Hall hosted by Focal Upright Furniture that focused on manufacturing and her plan to bring jobs back to Rhode Island.

September 6, 2014

This election will be close and your vote can make the difference. Rhode Island needs a governor like Gina Raimondo who can put our state back to work and lead a comeback. Click to see some Primary Day resources:

August 26, 2014

With one of the highest unemployment rates in the country, the question Rhode Islanders are asking is which candidate is best suited to lead an economic comeback. The clear answer during the WPRI/Providence Journal debate was Gina Raimondo.

August 20, 2014

Remember what Narragansett Beer used to mean to Rhode Island? It was the official beer of the Red Sox and had 65% market share in New England. After the business went downhill, Gina helped bring it back.