Gina Raimondo announced her manufacturing plan on Monday, March 10, 2014 at Videology Imaging Solutions in Greenville, RI. Learn more about Gina's plan to bring manufacturing jobs to RI at ginaraimondo.com/jobs.
Gina Raimondo, Myrth York and Lt. Gov. Elizabeth Roberts talked at woman-owned Rue D'Lespoir about raising the minimum wage, promoting female entrepreneurship and public safety.
As a college student, I am seeking a job when I graduate. But can I find one in my home state of Rhode Island?
My name is Andrew Bower. I am currently a senior at Brown University majoring in political science, but I’ve lived in Rhode Island for my whole life. I was born in Providence, where I grew up and went to school.
I make sure that every week,Tommy, Ceci, Andy and I set aside some time to cook Sunday supper and eat together as a family.Our household motto is faith, family and food. Check out some photos below of what we've made recently:
Watch Elaine Prior, a retired teacher's assistant and head of her local NEA, and Mark Higgins, dean of the URI Business School, talk about the Gina Raimondo they know.
On Thursday, Jan. 30, Gina Raimondo hosted a manufacturing Raimondo's Roundtableand toured the Groov-Pin factory in Smithfield.
Raimondo campaign releases video in the "Gina I Know" series, featuring her brother and sister talking about growing up in a tight-knit Italian family in Smithfield.
As she said in her kickoff speech last week, Gina strongly believes that we need to increase the minimum wage.
The Gina Raimondo that Sen. Donna Nesselbush knows cares about making our great state even better. Like her, the Gina she knows comes from a working family and is deeply appreciative of all the opportunities she had growing up. The Gina she knows is a progressive Democrat who will stand up for a woman's right to choose and who was there all along the way as marriage equality passed. Tweet with the hashtag #AskGina to talk about the Gina you know!