Fung Says Republicans Need To Stay Connected With the Northeast

Aug 16, 2013

Cranston Mayor Allan Fung said Republicans have to do a better job of staying in touch with voters to increase their presence in the Northeast.

Cranston Mayor Allan Fung spoke at a Republican National Committee meeting in Boston. He is also expected to run for Governor of Rhode Island.
Credit Ian Donnis / RIPR

Fung spoke while attending a regional Republican National Committee meeting in Boston that ends today Friday.

“It’s about making sure that you’re there for them and to help them especially through their times of need, especially now when we’re talking about these very difficult times in the Northeast where it seems to be lagging behind many parts of the country,” said Fung.

Fung is expected to run for governor as a Republican next year.

Other Rhode Islanders at the RNC meeting in Boston include state party chairman Mark Smiley, national committeeman Steven Frias and national committeewoman Carol Mumford.