Gina’s story began when her grandfathers arrived as young men from Caserta, Italy and the Isle of Ischia. Her grandparents passed down through the generations the importance of family, faith and food. Their strong work ethic and love of Italian heritage are still a part of Gina’s life today.
Gina Raimondo and her family go on a bike ride as her daughter Ceci explains her jobs plan.
Gina Raimondo will never forget how brave her dad was. One afternoon, they took a drive together and walked around the Bulova Watch factory where he worked for decades. He shared his memories of when Rhode Island was a manufacturing powerhouse and what that meant for the men and women who made things here. He reminded her of the importance of never giving up.
We’re launching a new grassroots organizing tool and we are so excited for its potential to help Gina win.
As a former governor, I am concerned about the future of Rhode Island.
Gina Raimondo released the final part of her jobs plan on Monday April 14, 2014 at Foolproof Brewing Co. in Pawtucket, RI.
Tweet with the hashtag #AskGina to ask Gina Raimondo a question about her plan to support start-ups and small businesses in Rhode Island.
Today, on Equal Pay Day, Gina Raimondo rolled out her policy proposals for combating gender pay discrimination in Rhode Island.
Tweet your questions on jobs and infrastructure for Gina Raimondo with the hashtag #AskGina. She'll answer as many questions as she can between 12:20 and 1 p.m. on March 20.
St. Joseph's Day has always been a big deal in the Raimondo family. In our house, we used to say we had two St. Josephs – my mother Josephine and my father Joseph. In them I saw faith and love. Faith that helped us persevere in difficult times and love for family and tradition and life in a state unlike any other.