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Sue Cienki
Mother of 5, Attorney, East Greenwich School Committee 2004-2008 (Chair), E.G. Town Council 2014-2018 (President), Advocate, & RI State GOP Chair
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Brian C. Newberry 7h
In a democracy government rules and edicts are only enforceable through implied consent of the governed. When the mutual trust required for that to occur breaks, civil rule deteriorates.
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Brian C. Newberry 7h
Replying to @BrianCNewberry
What happened to “shut everything down in the short term so we can flatten the curve and not overwhelm our health care system”? When did that become ongoing micromanagement by one person with no end in sight?
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Bob Lancia Aug 5
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Maryann Lancia Aug 5
This kind of nepotism is rampant in the General Assembly! This is one of the reasons I’m running for the District 16 House seat.
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Sue Cienki Aug 5
Well she has learned the ways of the Democratic leadership Instead of focusing on constituents.
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National Review Aug 4
Sheldon Whitehouse, the Democrats’ Conspiracy Theorist and Hatchet Man against the Rule of Law via
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Ted Nesi Aug 3
The court fight over RI mail ballot procedures continues: US Appeals Judge Thompson has agreed to hear the GOP’s emergency motion to block Judge McElroy’s decision waiving notary/witness rules. Responses due Tuesday 5p, replies due Weds noon (Fixed a poorly worded prior tweet)
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Rep. Blake Filippi Jul 29
Sorry to be the skunk at the mail ballot garden parry, but state officials shouldn’t agree to disregard our mail ballot security laws. If you think a law is unconstitutional, get a court decision. Agreeing to not follow the law doesn’t ‘protect our democracy’ - it undermines it.
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Patricia Morgan Jul 28
Replying to @kathyprojo @RISenate
So now a judge will be asked to legislate. Are voters really okay with making the General Assembly irrelevant?
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David Place Jul 27
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Brandon S. Bell Jul 28
We want to make it easier to vote but hard to cheat. Period.
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Rep. Blake Filippi Jul 28
Elected legislature be damned:
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Brian C. Newberry Jul 27
From a distance hard not to suspect the entire lawsuit and "consent agreement" were not a set up from the start between two "adversaries" who both wanted the same thing but who couldn't get it through the legislature, which should have sole final authority on the topic.
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RIRepublicans.us Jul 27
The RNC & RI GOP has put forth a strong argument to maintain mail ballot integrity. & the are wrong. Notary and witness requirements are a necessary safeguard against fraud.
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katherine gregg Jul 27
Bottom line: US Distr Ct Judge McElroy agreed to allow state/GOP to make their arguments at a "fairness hearing" tomorrow on proposed consent order.
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katherine gregg Jul 27
well, returned to open session just long enough to adjourn with no announced decision on how to respond to mail ballot lawsuit, now that National GOP has jumped in.
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Steph Machado Jul 27
The Rhode Island Board of Elections is meeting in executive session right now to discuss the lawsuit aiming to suspend witness & notary requirements for mail ballots in the upcoming elections. The Republican party has filed a motion to intervene in the court case
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Patricia Morgan Jul 27
The liberal media is failing America! 'It is astonishing that the media refuses to see what is one of the biggest stories in decades. The Obama administration targeted the campaign of the opposing party based on false evidence.'
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katherine gregg Jul 27
National GOP seeking a "fairness hearing" before US District Ct. Judge McElroy considers entering consent agreement - if one exists yet - in mail ballot fight:
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katherine gregg Jul 27
Republican National Committee joins R.I. fight over mail ballots
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