On Thursday, Gina Raimondo outlined her vision for turning around Rhode Island in a televised debate on NBC 10. With the highest unemployment rate in the country and too many Rhode Islanders looking for work, Gina said she will focus every day on making Rhode Island a leader in manufacturing again.
Last night the Jamestown Democratic Town Committee voted to endorse Gina Raimondo for governor.
This morning, Gina Raimondo released her plan for an Office of Economic Empowerment in order to ensure that all Rhode Islanders have access to opportunity.
Monday evening, the Elevator Constructors Local 39 overwhelmingly voted to endorse Gina Raimondo for governor. Calling her a leader willing to take on the tough issues, they are now the 10th union to back Gina.
After a recent tour of the Rhode Island Veterans Home in Bristol, Gina Raimondo, Democratic candidate for Governor, released her Honoring and Caring for Rhode Island’s Veterans policy agenda.
Gina Raimondo, Democratic candidate for governor, released her plan to find stable, sustainable funding, explore opportunities for public-private partnerships and work with RIPTA, cities and towns to improve the system at a press conference Thursday at Knightsville Manor in Cranston.
The Narragansett Democrats have endorsed Gina Raimondo for governor in the Democratic primary. Gina has earned their support as the candidate who can turn around Rhode Island’s economy and get people back to work.
Gina Raimondo, Democratic candidate for governor, shared her vision for how to improve our public schools, better support teachers and prepare students to compete in a global economy.
This morning, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gina Raimondo unveiled her plan to make college more affordable and accessible for Rhode Islanders. As post-secondary education is becoming more critical to securing a good job, we need to be doing everything we can to help Rhode Islanders go on to higher education.