Guillame de Ramel

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5:16 pm
Tue August 19, 2014

WPRI-ProJo Poll Shows Magaziner Leading Caprio By 12 Points

In the race for state treasurer, first-time candidate Seth Magaziner is leading former treasurer Frank Caprio, 43 percent to 31 percent, with 24 percent of voters undecided, according to a new WPRI-TV/Providence Journal poll.

The survey measures 503 likely Democratic primary voters.

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On Politics
12:05 pm
Tue May 27, 2014

De Ramel gets Patrick Kennedy endorsement for RI secy. of state

Rhode Island’s  Democratic secretary of state primary between Newport investor Guillaume De Ramel and Nellie Gorbea is shaping up as one of the state’s most interesting down ballot elections in  this 2014 campaign cycle.

De Ramel will announce this afternoon that he has secured the endorsement of  former U.S. Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy, who represented the state’s First District from his first election in 1994 until he decided against running for reelection in 2010.

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On Politics
3:23 pm
Wed February 12, 2014

Roberts Endorses Gorbea for Secretary of State

Nellie Gorbea is touting an endorsement from Elizabeth Roberts, Rhode Island's first female lieutenant governor, as Gorbea tries to become the state's first Latina secretary of state.

Roberts, who is poised to leave public office in 2015 after two terms as lieutenant governor, is co-chairing a Women for Nellie fundraiser on March 3 at Embolden Design in Pawtucket. The other co-chair is Embolden's owner, Ann-Marie Harrington. Suggested contributions for the event run from $50 to $1000.

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On Politics
5:14 pm
Thu December 19, 2013

de Ramel Reasserts Opposition to Voter ID

Democratic Secretary of State candidate Guillaume de Ramel is taking a strong stand against the voter ID law passed in 2011, one week after his campaign said he favors "a better balance between conducting fair elections and encouraging people to exercise their right to vote."

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3:40 pm
Thu December 12, 2013

Gorbea Wants to Repeal Voter ID; de Ramel Favors "Better Balance"

While Secretary of State Ralph Mollis calls Rhode Island's Voter ID law a national model, the two Democrats vying to succeed him, Nellie Gorbea and Guillaume de Ramel, are far less enamored with the law.

Gorbea says she favors repealing Voter ID.

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