Bristol Election Coverage
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The victor in Wednesday’s House of Representatives District 68 Democratic primary is resting a little and catching up on laundry today. It’s been a few long months for the first-time … more
Reflecting on his overwhelming defeat in the Democratic primary for R.I. House District 68, Andy Tyska said he still believes he was the best candidate for Bristol and Warren, but the voters who went … more
Laufton Ascencao has upset the endorsed candidate for R.I. House of Representatives in District 68 and defeated current Bristol Town Councilor Andy Tyska by a wide margin. Mr. Ascencao captured 65 … more
A polling tactic not often seen in small town politics made its appearance in Bristol and Warren Wednesday, as voters headed to the polls to choose a Democratic candidate for the House of … more
As the primary elections quickly approach on Sept. 12, four Democratic candidates fighting for state representative seats in Districts 68 and 69 participated in a public debate at a packed Bristol … more
A political flyer mailed to Bristol homes last week surprised a lot of people — including the two people with their names all over it. Neither Laufton Ascencao nor Andy Tyksa knew the flyer … more
inda Finn, CEO of the RI Values Project, released a statement in response to coverage of a mailer sent to Bristol voters last week. Below are excerpts from the statement:   "Last week … more
inda Finn, CEO of the RI Values Project, released a statement in response to coverage of a mailer sent to Bristol voters last week. Below are excerpts from the statement:   "Last week … more
As the primary elections quickly approach on Sept. 12, four Democratic candidates fighting for state representative seats in Districts 68 and 69 participated in a public debate at a packed Bristol … more
A political flyer mailed to Bristol homes last week surprised a lot of people — including the two people with their names all over it. Neither Laufton Ascencao nor Andy Tyksa knew the flyer … more
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