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Vincent F. Careri 7 Nov 17
RT RealJamesWoods "All of those issues certainly. You’re both may be a missing another critical component: "
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Sugar Bake Shoppe Nov 6
Our cupcakes voted, you should too. Vote today!
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James Reid☘️ Nov 7
wins again! ☑️🇺🇸
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Gaspee Project 30 Oct 17
We've helped send over 860 emails from constituents to lawmakers demanding INVESTIGATIONS on unlawful voter registration claims!
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statehousetalk Sep 7
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Danielle Lilly Sep 12
🇺🇸 waylandsquareri @ Providence, Rhode Island
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Rees Harold Sep 16
Thank you to all who voted in the Primary Election last week! No matter who you voted for you exercised your civic duty.
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Larry Gillheeney 11 Oct 17
RI BOE will have a recommended course of actions at next meeting to address some of the issues raised in HAVA issues.
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RI Center for Freedom⚓️ Nov 6
R.I. Question 3, an extension of the RhodeMapRI scheme, advances a dubious green-economy strategy by spending $47.3 million on a multitude of politically correct sustainable-development projects. Vote No
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Rees Harold Sep 16
Rhode Island below it the link to register to vote by mail; no excuse needed. Vote from school, coffee shop, or your bed!
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norside 16 Apr 18
A top Republican just admitted that this is how won, .D. eliminated 45K voters in a state where won by 22K, voter suppression in mostly areas like Milwaukee, if u can't win honestly you cheat. Wisconsin
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The Good 5 Cent Cigar Sep 6
Day Two of classes start today! Between your classes, take a look at this column to find out why it is important for you and everyone to vote in the primary elections next week.
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RI Center for Freedom⚓️ Nov 6
There’s still time! Center Opposes All Three Ballot Questions
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CranstonLibrary Nov 5
Tomorrow is for midterms. Get out tomorrow and ! Find your polling place here: .
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RIBike Nov 5
Bond measures passed in 2014 and 2016 helped expand the network in over 10 RI communities. You can help continue Bikeway growth Nov 6. Question 3 includes $5M for bikeways in RI.
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Larry Gillheeney 12 Oct 17
From the : Block’s ‘voter analysis’ debated before R.I. elections board
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RI Center for Freedom⚓️ Nov 6
Question 2 asks taxpayers to fund $70 million in non-vital new higher education facilities that would mostly benefit other states, as far too many of our college and university graduates end up leaving the state in search of meaningful work. Vote no.
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Rees Harold Oct 9
28 days until the Midterms, Are You Voting? Registered in RI but won’t be in town on Nov 6? No problem, request a mail ballot by Oct 16. Visit the to get the form. No excuse not to vote!
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norside Sep 13
Is at the Heart of Trump’s Project, launching a phony .D investigation asking for data that does not exist. Only meant to intimidate @alternet
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BCBSRI Sep 28
Don't forget to register to vote! Your vote counts !
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