Cranston Mayor Allan Fung joins Political Roundtable this week to discuss his GOP run for governor; the outlook for the Providence Journal; and whether raising the minimum wage would be good for people and the economy.
Cranston Mayor Allan Fung, a Republican candidate for governor, is putting himself squarely behind state Senator Dawson Hodgson's latest call for an independent commission to investigate the state's losing investment in failed video-fame maker 38 Studios.
A window into just how relentless campaign fund-raising has become: Democrat Gina Raimondo’s latest email wishing Rhode Islanders a Happy Thanksgiving.
The Internet missive contains a photo of the state treasurer with her husband Andy and children Tommy and Ceci. ``At Thanksgiving…I think about everything we are grateful for. We live in an amazing state with so much potential, we are surrounded by family and friends who care about us, and living up to our Italian traditions, we are preparing and eating way too much food.’’
Just when we thought we knew that next year’s Democratic gubernatorial primary field was set, it suddenly was not. RIPR political analyst Scott MacKay talks about the Clay Pell factor.
Herbert Claiborne `Clay’ Pell IV is a scion of a storied Rhode Island political family. He’s the grandson of U.S. Sen. Claiborne Pell, a quirky, even eccentric politician who nonetheless never lost an election in six terms, despite facing the toughest opponents our small state could muster.