Rhode Island is in a jobs crisis. With the highest unemployment rate in the country, we need to act with urgency to get people back to work. Today, Gina rolled out her plan to create jobs by rebuilding our infrastructure and positioning our state for sustained economic growth.
Following the release of the first part of her jobs plan yesterday, Gina Raimondo today continued her focus on manufacturing, touring Admiral Packaging in Providence.
Rhode Island is in a jobs crisis. To address this pressing problem, we need a governor with vision who will set the tone at the top and make job creation the number one priority.
This morning, Myrth York endorsed Gina Raimondo for governor as a proven leader who will tackle our challenges with vision and urgency and secure a better future for Rhode Island.
Yesterday, the Foster Democratic Town Committee voted overwhelmingly to endorse Gina Raimondo in the Democratic primary for governor. Foster is the second town committee to endorse Gina.
The Ironworkers Local 37 enthusiastically endorsed Gina Raimondo for governor after hearing her detailed ideas to get Rhode Islanders back to work, especially her emphasis on much-needed infrastructure investments. Representing members from across Rhode Island, the leadership of Ironworkers Local 37 voted unanimously to back her campaign.
This morning, Gina held her fourth “Raimondo Roundtable,” bringing together leaders in workforce development to discuss closing the skills gap and getting Rhode Islanders back to work in quality, well-paying, skilled jobs.
This morning, Smithfield Town Councilwoman Suzy Alba endorsed Gina Raimondo for governor in the Democratic primary.
Last week, the Raimondo campaign called for a tough People’s Pledge with no loopholes that bans all outside spending in the Democratic primary for governor.