Political Statements-Barrington
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Currently senior citizens who want to downsize and remain in Barrington have few options. The proposed senior development at the former Zion College site would have been a giant step in addressing … more
We are very fortunate that Barrington is in excellent fiscal health. This is due to years of conservative budgeting and spending, along with strong management. Another factor is our budget process … more
Barrington has not received its fair share of state funding for its schools. Funding for our new middle school is not treated in the same way as other towns building new schools. We are receiving … more
The first vote in the United States was for the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 1776. That year a chosen few had the right to vote and all who could, voted. Now, all US citizens aged 18 and … more
I want to make sure one absolute fact is clear. I have never asked for money from Statehouse leadership, especially the Speaker. I have never accepted money from Statehouse leadership, especially the … more
Many Rhode Islanders are struggling to access health care services. Talking with voters, I regularly hear that there are two significant challenges. First, many people find it difficult to get an … more
Student activists of the Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence (RICAGV) led a rally this week to organize and celebrate work the group has done to engage students. I admire our youth fighting … more
To the editor: In my campaign for the District 66 seat, I am meeting voters every week. We've talked about issues like Roe v. Wade and Gun Control, and my views are in the public record on my … more
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