State Government Press Releases

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PROVIDENCE RI Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis is reminding Rhode Islanders who are living overseas or serving in the military out of state that they should begin looking for their mail ballots for this year's primary. Mollis put the ballots in the mail July 27. Overseas and military voters...
PROVIDENCE, RI - Former Providence College history professor Patrick T. Conley has been appointed the state's Historian Laureate, Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis announced today. Created earlier this year, the ceremonial post receives no compensation. Among the requirements are distinction...
PROVIDENCE, R.I. Voters who need a photo ID in order to comply with the state's new Voter ID law can get a free one Fri., July 27, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Multi-service Center for All, 370 Hartford Ave., Providence, and Wed., Aug. 1, from...
PROVIDENCE, R.I. Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis is reminding thousands of nonprofit corporations that they can beat the state's July 30 deadline for submitting annual reports by filing online at sos.ri.gov. More than 7,900...
PROVIDENCE, R.I. Rhode Islanders should not be surprised to find politicians asking for their autograph starting today. The nearly 2,400 candidates who have filed to run for office have until July 13 to collect the signatures of enough eligible...
PROVIDENCE, RI Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis has posted an updated list of candidates who beat today's 4 p.m. deadline for officially filing for offices ranging from local school committee to U.S. Senate at sos.ri.gov. Candidates for the U.S....
PROVIDENCE, RI Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis is reminding anyone thinking about running for office that they have until today at 4 p.m. to file a Declaration of Candidacy in order to be eligible to appear...
PROVIDENCE, RI One day after 10 candidates filed official Declarations of Candidacy with Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis to represent Rhode Island in Washington, D.C., six more joined them today as Wednesday's deadline nears. Filing today for the U.S. Senate were Republican Benjamin...
PROVIDENCE, RI -- Rhode Islanders can use the Secretary of State's website to see who filed to run for local, state and federal office on the first day candidates could make it official. The on-line Candidates Database includes the name and office of...
PROVIDENCE, RI On the first day they could make it official, 10 candidates filed Declarations of Candidacy with Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis today to represent Rhode Island in Washington, D.C. Filing for the U.S. Senate were Democrat Sheldon Whitehouse and independent Dany LaPorte.