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The Doyle-Grebien mayoral fight energizes Pawtucket politics

Outside Providence: Two democrats square off in the Pawtucket mayoral election.  
The race between incumbent Pawtucket Mayor James Doyle and Councilman Donald Grebien has largely turned into a clash over style rather than substance.  
By: MATT JERZYK  |  October 22, 2008


Rhode Islanders vie to make difference in NH

Campaign 2008
With less than 50 days until the presidential contest between Barack Obama and Sarah — whoops — John McCain, there is good news and bad news for Democrats.
By: MATT JERZYK  |  September 17, 2008


Flobots merge music and activism

Social justice will be an integral part of Flobots’ Providence visit this weekend.
By: MATT JERZYK  |  August 06, 2008


Should 'Plantations' be removed from the state name?

Eight years after an effort began to remove the word “plantations” from Rhode Island’s official state name, a related bill has not made it out of committee.
By: MATT JERZYK  |  May 14, 2008


Progressive union coalition gathers in Providence

Annals of labor
If there was an “intelligent designer” who could design a coalition to unify the disparate, passionate elements of the American left, the result would resemble Jobs with Justice (JwJ).
By: MATT JERZYK  |  May 08, 2008


A one-stop guide to RI’s delegates and superdelegates

Get a load of how the Democratic Party selects its presidential nominee — and how Rhode Island fits into this process.
By: MATT JERZYK  |  February 27, 2008


Obama needs to get back to ‘change’ and other basics

Presidency 2008
First, and most importantly, Obama’s campaign needs to reignite the change vs. experience debate.
By: MATT JERZYK  |  January 16, 2008
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