State Government Press Releases

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PROVIDENCE, RI On May 4, 1776, Rhode Island became the first American colony to pass a law renouncing its allegiance to King George III of England, and Rhode Islanders can mark the 236th anniversary of the occasion by reading the historic "
Free Voter IDs Available in Pawtucket, Providence This Week PROVIDENCE, R.I. One week after Voter ID debuted at the polls, the campaign to implement the new law begins anew when the Secretary of State's office swings into Pawtucket and...
PROVIDENCE, R.I. Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis kicked off the final week of his campaign to implement the state's new Voter ID law before the April 24 presidential primary with a stop at Charlesgate Apartments in Providence today. Under...
***Coverage Requested**** First test of new Voter ID law will be April 24 presidential primary WHAT: Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis will kick-off the final week of his campaign to implement the state's new Voter ID law before the April 24 presidential primary with a stop at Charlesgate...
PROVIDENCE, RI Despite Rick Santorum's decision yesterday to suspend his campaign for the Republican nomination for president, his name will still appear on the ballot for Rhode Island's April 24 presidential primary, Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis confirmed today. "I want to head off any...
PROVIDENCE, RI The Secretary of State's campaign to implement the state's new Voter ID law will stop in four communities this coming week. Under the new law, voters will be asked for ID when they vote at the polls beginning with the April...
PROVIDENCE, RI Voters who need a photo ID in order to comply with the state's new Voter ID law can get a free ID from Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis at seven locations this coming week. The new law requires poll workers to ask voters for ID when they vote at the polls. The first test of...
PROVIDENCE, R.I. Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis is reminding Rhode Island companies that state law requires them file annual reports with his office by March 31 or face penalties. More than 30,000 for-profit corporations are subject to the requirement. Failure to file an annual report can...
PROVIDENCE, RI Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis is reminding Rhode Islanders that they have until Sat., March 24, to register to vote in the April 24 presidential primary. Although the deadline falls on a Saturday, Mollis will open his office at 148 West River St., Providence, from 8:30 a.m.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. Secretary of State A. Ralph Mollis is reminding business owners that state law requires them file annual reports with his office by March 31 or face penalties. Failure to file an annual report can result in fines and the revocation of a company's Certificate of Incorporation...