RI Political Corruption
State Senator Ana Quezada was a stand-out recipient of mail ballots, with surprisingly targeted support in specific precincts that didn’t spread into in-person votes as should have been expected.
Kathy Gregg reports in the Providence Journal that the person who collected the nomination signatures for Lieutenant Governor Sabina Matos’s congressional run that are being scrutinized as fraudulent in multiple communities is Holly Cekala McClaren, who is the Holly with the (found to be exaggerated) Rhode Island accent in Governor Dan McKee’s dark and disgusting “you’re…
John DePetro and Justin Katz talk about the latest political news.
John DePetro and Justin Katz check in on the latest developments in RI politics.
John DePetro and Justin Katz discuss top political stories in Rhode Island.
John DePetro and Justin Katz check in on the insider operations of the RI State House, bureaucracy, and media.
John DePetro and Justin Katz go over the characters and controversies of state government in Rhode Island.
Although the core political story in Rhode Island is inevitably Democrat, this isn’t a partisan post. The one detail I recall from Amity Shlaes’s book, Coolidge, that detracted from the 30th President’s story was an anecdote from when he was the Republican president of the Massachusetts Senate. A lobbyist persuaded him to go one way on…
John DePetro and Justin Katz discuss the ways in which Rhode Island politics encourage or discourage candidates.
John DePetro and Justin Katz comment as the Rhode Island campaign season heats up.