The state of Rhode Island held its 2018 Primary Election on Wednesday, Sept. 12. Find out how Portsmouth residents voted here.
The Rhode Island Primary Election will be held Wednesday, Sept. 12. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The Rhode Island Primary Election will be held Wednesday, Sept. 12. Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Find your polling place here.
The 2018 Statewide Primary Elections will be held Wednesday, Sept.12. Find out below what you need to know before heading to the polls.
The Portsmouth Democratic Town Committee, on July 5, unanimously adopted a resolution urging the state Democratic Party to review how General Assembly candidates are endorsed and create a plan to improve the process.
As of the Wednesday deadline, the following Portsmouth residents filed a declaration of candidacy to run for state or local office in 2018.
The following list was updated from a previous posting. View the complete list of local residents declaring candidacy for office below.
The following Portsmouth residents filed a declaration of candidacy, meaning they plan to run for state or local office in 2018.
The Portsmouth Water and Fire District will hold its annual election of officers in June.
John Vitkevich submitted the following letter to editor verbatim, asking residents to write in his name as tax collector during the Portsmouth Water and Fire District election on Wednesday.
Portsmouth Water and Fire District will hold an election in June. Find out more about the election here.
Portsmouth resident John McDaid recently announced his candidacy for a tax assessor position on the Portsmouth Water and Fire District Board.