A meager showing of state primary voters has ousted incumbents Dist. 30 Senator William Walaska and Dist. 21 State Rep. Eileen Naughton, the latter in favor of an ebullient Camille Vella Wilkinson, the current City Councilor for Dist. 3.
Assuming all the candidates who made the June 30 declaration deadline collect the signatures needed to be on the ballot for the Sept. 13 primary and Nov. 8 election, there will be 27 contested races this election season, with 15 primary contests.
The Warwick City Council meets Monday, April 6, 7 p.m. to vote on first passage of seven resolutions, including one setting less stringent concealed carry permit rules, right after they hear from Anthony Ferrucci, Finance Director of the Warwick School Department on the status of the school district’s finances.
Warwick, RI – Terri Medeiros, 56, Warwick resident for 10 years, director of The Romerry School Early Childhood Center, asks for another School Committee term Nov. 4 to continue working for students and make a fully informed decision on school consolidation.
Warwick, RI – Mayor Scott Avedisian thanked supporters and voters during a jubilant primary victory Tuesday night against Republican challenger Stacia Petri, telling them city government was the solution to people’s problems, not the enemy.
Warwick, RI – With five days left till the Sept. 9 primary, Republican mayoral challenger Stacia Petri elaborated on her campaign points during a brief break in speaking with residents at Sparrows Point Apartments Thursday.
Warwick’s City Council shuffled the deck on Mayor Scott Avedisian’s proposed $288 million budget Monday at City Hall, moving $997,929.31, most of it from healthcare, to boost paving funds and school spending.