Democratic U.S. Rep. David Cicilline and his Republican challenger Brendan Doherty have clashed over Cicilline's time as Providence mayor and their
The candidates for Rhode Island's 1st Congressional District sparred on taxes, health care reform and other issues as they met at a forum sponsored by the
A new ad in Rhode Island's 1st District congressional race is targeting Democratic U.S. Rep. David Cicilline's comments about Providence's financial health at
The primaries are over and the Republican and Democratic candidates for Rhode Island's 1st Congressional District wasted no time Tuesday night getting down to
CAMPAIGN 2012: After a hard-fought and often contentious campaign, David Cicilline has emerged as the winner of the 1st Congressional District Democratic
It's the final full day of campaigning for the the Democrats running in tomorrow's primary in the 1st Congressional District. Incumbent David Cicilline got
Congressman David Cicilline's Democratic primary opponent Anthony Gemma says he has few policy differences with the incumbent.
The winner of the Sept. 11 primary faces Republican Brendan Doherty, former head of the state police, in the Nov. 6 election.
Half of Democratic primary voters supporting Anthony Gemma will vote for the Republican if Cicilline is the nominee, an exclusive WPRI 12 poll shows.
Nearly half of likely voters remain unfamiliar with Anthony Gemma only two weeks before the Democratic primary, an exclusive new WPRI 12 poll shows.
On Sept. 11, voters will decide whether incumbent Congressman. David Cicilline or his challengers, Anthony Gemma and Christopher Young, will face off against
Former Rhode Island Congressman Patrick Kennedy will be campaigning on behalf of his successor David Cicilline next month.
Three voters that congressional candidate Anthony Gemma said were questionable because the addresses they supplied are for businesses, all have ties to the
Dramatic allegations of voter fraud toward Congressman David Cicilline came from Congressional candidate Anthony Gemma. So, is there anything to it?
Extended: Cicilline told WPRI.com on Wednesday afternoon at his East Providence campaign office, that while voter fraud should be investigated and
Former Rhode Island Attorney General James O'Neil, hired by Anthony Gemma, calls voter fraud accusations ‘credible’ but stops short of linking the claims