Rob Cote, a regular critic of city finances, the Warwick Fire Department and Mayor Scott Avedisian’s administration, has turned his critical eye on self-styled 2018 Mayoral candidate Richard Corrente’s campaign signs, many of them posted on traffic control boxes in the city.
WARWICK, RI — Warwick’s Republican City Committee has filed a complaint against Richard Corrente with the Rhode Island Board of Elections Campaign Finance Division, asking for an investigation into the perpetually campaigning politician’s […]
Warwick Republican City Committee Chairman Anthony Corrente has pointed out that Richard Corrente, a self-proclaimed candidate for mayor of Warwick in the 2018 elections, failed to report spending on a full-page Dec. 16 Pennysaver ad, calling it a “willful violation” of state campaign finance law.
High School students from Bishop Hendricken, Toll Gate and Piligrim High Schools leveled questions at Warwick’s two mayoral candidates Friday night in Council Chambers at City Hall, touching on topics including airport expansion, school consolidation and accountability, quality of life, the economy, taxes and the budget.
Incumbent Republican Mayor Scott Avedisian maintained his trend of five-figure fundraising in the lead-up to the final month of the 2016 campaign, while Democratic challenger Richard Corrente’s reports were posted online after the Oct. 11 deadline for filing campaign finance reports, according to the Rhode Island Board of Elections.
How has Warwick’s business climate changed over the past few years? This is a question that Democratic candidate Richard Corrente has answered by claiming that the city has “lost” more than 4,600 businesses in 10 years under Mayor Scott Avedisian.
Incumbent Republican Mayor Scott Avedisian has outraised Democratic challenger Richard Corrente in campaign donations, but Corrente has kept pace by self-funding his run for the top local seat in Warwick, a review of their respective campaign finance reports has found.