2014 providence mayoral race

On Politics
5:40 pm
Tue October 7, 2014

Elorza Raised $198K in 28 Days; Cianci Has $301K On Hand

Providence Democratic mayoral candidate Jorge Elorza's campaign raised $198,084 from 684 contributors during the most recent filing period and has a balance of $161,695.

In a statement, Elorza said, “The outpouring of support for my campaign has been overwhelming. I am honored to have such strong support from people across our city and beyond who believe in our vision for taking Providence in a new direction and are committed to winning this election.”

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On Politics
5:13 pm
Mon October 6, 2014

Elorza garners building trades union endorsements

Elorza, the Democratic mayoral nominee, has picked up two building trades union endorsements – Ironworkers Local 37 and the International Painters and Allied Trades District Council 11.

``Jorge understands the challenges working families face and he has a plan to create good-paying blue collar jobs in Providence,’’ said Scott Duhamel, business representative of UPAT District 11. ``Jorge will act with a sense of urgency to take Providence in a new direction that benefits every resident in every neighborhood. We look forward to helping him win on November 4.’’

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On Politics
4:44 pm
Fri October 3, 2014

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

With just over a month until Election Day, the post-primary lull is rapidly fading into the past. So thanks for stopping by, feel to send your tips and thoughts my way at idonnis (at) ripr (dot) org, and to follow me on the twitters. Here we go:

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Political Roundtable
2:41 pm
Fri October 3, 2014

Bonus Q&A: Elorza on Competing Against "The Buddy Show" & Much More

Providence Democratic mayoral candidate Jorge Elorza joins Bonus Q&A this week to discuss his campaign with rival Buddy Cianci; Providence's economy; the minimum wage; how to win the South Side, and much more.

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On Politics
1:20 pm
Fri October 3, 2014

Cianci and Elorza Spar on Public Safety Plans

Credit Ian Donnis / RIPR

Buddy Cianci and Jorge Elorza each claimed on Friday that they'd do a better job in reducing crime and improving public safety in Providence.

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