Edwin Pacheco

On Politics
5:28 pm
Fri October 11, 2013

TGIF: 14 Things to Know About Rhode Island Politics + Media

Contrary to popular belief, TGIF was not MIA last week due to the presence of a Friday afternoon post-season Red Sox game. Regardless, we're back this week, and Rhode Island keeps on giving, so let's get going. (Gratuitous reminder: you can follow me on Twitter.)

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On Politics
11:33 am
Thu July 25, 2013

de Ramel Says He'll Report 300K+ Balance After Q2; Gorbea Jumps In

The Democratic side of the 2014 race for secretary of state is quickly heating up, with Nellie Gorbea making formal her entry to the tilt and wealthy Newporter Guillaume de Ramel helping to fill his campaign coffers with cash.

In a news release, de Ramel's campaign says it will report raising nearly $110,000 during the second quarter that ended July 31. The release says de Ramel will have a campaign balance in excess of $300,000 after a "personal investment" by the candidate.

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On Politics
4:40 pm
Fri April 12, 2013

TGIF: 12 Things to Know About Rhode Island Politics + Media

Happy Friday and welcome back. Your tips and thoughts are always appreciated in my inbox at idonnis (at) ripr (dot) org. Let's dive in.

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On Politics
4:00 pm
Fri April 5, 2013

TGIF: 10 Things to Know About Rhode Island Politics + Media

If April is the cruelest month, as T.S. Eliot wrote, perhaps it's due to the chilly weather greeting the start of the baseball season. Welcome back to my weekly column. Your thoughts and tips are always welcome at idonnis (at) ripr (dot) org. Let's get to it.

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On Politics
12:38 pm
Tue February 5, 2013

Hassett says he'll decide soon on run for secretary of state

Providence City Councilor Terry Hassett, who was among the earliest to emerge as a prospective candidate for secretary of state in 2014, says he'll decide by month's end whether to pursue a campaign for that office.

The field of potential candidates for SoS has changed considerably since Hassett's interest was first reported in mid-2011.

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