The Italian American Democratic Leadership Council (IADLC), the voice of Italian Americans in the Democratic Party, has endorsed Gina Raimondo in her campaign to be the next Governor of Rhode Island.
Rhode Island is in a jobs crisis and for the past month Gina has been rolling out her comprehensive Jobs Blueprint to get people back to work and grow the economy.
Earning her sixth labor endorsement, and second within the last week, Gina has been endorsed for governor by the Local 57 Operating Engineers.
This morning, Gina was joined by stakeholders, community leaders and members of local organizations who work to reduce violence in our cities and towns to discuss the critical need for common-sense solutions.
Gina has been endorsed for governor by the Roofers' and Waterproofers' Local Union No. 33, her fifth labor endorsement to date.
Today, on Equal Pay Day, Gina Raimondo rolled out her policy proposals for combating gender pay discrimination in Rhode Island. Joined on a noon conference call by Lt. Governor Elizabeth Roberts, Myrth York, Senator Donna Nesselbush, Representative Grace Diaz, Carolyn Mark, President of RI NOW, Jess McIntosh, EMILY's List Communications Director and women from across the state, Gina released her ideas for ensuring equal pay.
The Plasterers' and Cement Masons' Local 40 has endorsed Gina Raimondo for governor. Working in two major segments of the construction industry, plaster and concrete, they are backing Gina because she has the plans and proven record of results to get Rhode Islanders back to work.
Rhode Island has incredible resources -- a gorgeous coastline, top-notch restaurants, a thriving arts scene and a rich history -- but we are not best utilizing these resources to drive our economy.
The Bricklayers and Allied Craftsmen Local 3, Rhode Island Chapter has endorsed Gina Raimondo for governor. The Bricklayers specialize in masonry, waterproofing, marble and tile work among other skills and they are backing Gina as the clear choice for working families.
Rhode Island is in a jobs crisis. Last year we had the second highest unemployment rate in the country; now we are dead last. We have to reverse this trend by acting with urgency to get people back to work.