Only 3% of eligible voters turned out Wednesday for the annual Portsmouth Water and Fire District election. Featured here are the results.
Portsmouth police have concluded their investigation into an alleged case of voter fraud in Portsmouth during the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
President-elect Donald J. Trump’s newly appointed Press Secretary may look familiar to alumni from a private school in Portsmouth.
U.S. Rep. David Cicilline (DEM) is urging President-elect Donald Trump to withdraw his appointment of Steve Bannon as White House chief strategist.
Republican Kenneth J. Mendonca defeated his Democrat opponent Linda Dill Finn in the state Representative race for District 72, according to the Board of Elections Thursday.
Democrat James “Jim” Arthur Seveney defeated his political opponent, Republican John A. Pagliarini Jr., in the state Senate race for District 11.
The following Election Day results are provided below with all 9 precincts reporting. The results are provided by the state Board of Elections.
Don’t know where to vote on Election Day this Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016? Click highlighted link below to find your polling location.
PORTSMOUTH, R.I. — Voters in other states are reporting concerns about possible harassment and intimidation at the polls on Election Day. Here is a guide to help you, the voter, know your rights before you head to the polls. The following information was made available on the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Rhode Island […]
Voters will face 2 local questions on their ballots this election year: Questions 8 and 9. Here’s a more in-depth look at these 2 local questions.
Voters will be asked to approve or reject 7 state questions on the ballot this election year. Here’s a more in-depth look at Questions 1 to 7.
Only 2 Portsmouth candidates are running against each other for the office of town clerk in the 2016 Election to be held Tuesday, Nov. 8.
A total of 16 candidates are running for a seat on the Portsmouth Town Council this election year. Each term will last 2 years.
Three Portsmouth candidates are running for a seat on the Portsmouth School Committee this election year. Each term will last 4 years.
One candidate is running for an unexpired term on the Portsmouth School Committee. The unexpired term will last a total of 2 years.
Portsmouth voters will pick their representative in different R.I. General Assembly races on Election Day. Each term will last 2 years.