WARREN – The Warren Democrats have voted to endorse Gina Raimondo for governor as the right leader to help bring down unemployment and grow the middle class.
The Tiverton Democratic Town Committee has endorsed Gina Raimondo for governor in the Democratic primary. In a strong showing of support, the Tiverton Democrats voted to endorse her because of her leadership capabilities and ability to get things done for all Rhode Islanders.
Launching a focus on economic security and opportunity, Gina rolled out her affordable housing platform at Crossroads Rhode Island this morning. Rhode Island has one of the highest foreclosure rates in the country, homelessness is up and there is a critical need for more affordable housing.
Studies say that climate change will impact Rhode Island in a big way. With over 400 miles of coastline, rising oceans and warmer waters could have a devastating impact on coastal towns and the fishing and tourism industries while our farmers may have to deal with increased droughts, more severe storms and extreme seasons.
Last week, the United Steelworkers Local 12431 voted to endorse Gina for governor. Representing the gas workers at National Grid, they are now the eighth union to back Gina. They have over 280 members.
The Sheet Metal Workers International Association Local Union No. 17 is the seventh labor organization to endorse Gina for governor. Gina continues to receive widespread backing from working families across Rhode Island.
Last night the North Smithfield Democratic Town Committee voted unanimously to endorse Gina Raimondo in the Democratic primary for governor.
On Wednesday, the New Shoreham Democratic Town Committee voted unanimously to endorse Gina Raimondo for governor. The committee voted to back Gina as the leader we need to get Rhode Island back on track.
The Barrington Democratic Town Committee overwhelmingly endorsed Gina Raimondo for governor last night.
This morning Gina held her ninth roundtable to discuss strategies for ending homelessness and increasing access to affordable housing in Rhode Island.