Bristol Election Coverage
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With the election behind, the Bristol Phoenix took a look at the funds amassed by candidates in the four statewide elections that impacted Bristol voters. The following information is limited to … more
Longtime Bristol Town Clerk Lou Cirillo held off challenger Melissa Cordeiro and will retain his post for another two years. The Republican who has been in office for 14 years defeated the Democratic … more
Democrat Laufton Ascencao came out of the Tuesday midterm elections victorious, winning the District 68 General Assembly seat over Libertarian candidate William Hunt, Jr. by capturing 63.6% of the … more
Longtime Bristol Town Clerk Lou Cirillo has held off challenger Melissa Cordeiro and will retain his post for another two years. The Republican who has been in office for 14 years has unofficially … more
Thanking his opponent, Rep. Susan Donovan, "a friend, high school classmate, and parishoner at the same church," Doug Gablinske conceded defeat Tuesday evening after falling some 400 votes shy of his … more
Bristol voters chose two new members of the Bristol Town Council Tuesday night, electing Independent candidate Antonio “Tony” Teixeira and Democrat Aaron Ley to join incumbent Democrats … more
Question: With Rhode Island being very vulnerable to sea level rise, what specific proposals have you prepared to combat climate change? RI Senate, District 32 • David Aucoin — "I … more
As humorist Will Rogers once said, “Politics has become so expensive that it takes a lot of money even to be defeated.” That's as true today as it was then, and with the election right … more
Independent Douglas Gablinske and Democrat Susan Donovan squared off in a public forum Tuesday night in Bristol, one week before voters decide who will earn a seat in the House of Representatives, … more
A week ago, the two candidates for the District 68 seat in the House of Representatives had an intense exchange during a public forum inside Warren Town Hall. They argued over ideologies and … more
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