Nellie Gorbea

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Nellie Gorbea is running for governor of Rhode Island

PROVIDENCE — Secretary of State Nellie M. Gorbea is running for governor in 2022, getting an early jump in what is expected to be a highly competitive Democratic primary race. “Today, after six and half years of working as your secretary of state, I’m thrilled to announce I’m running to...
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Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea announces run for RI Governor

The following is a press release and not an Uprise RI-written news story. Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea today announced her plans to run for Governor of Rhode Island in 2022. In her video announcement, Gorbea promised to make government work for all Rhode Islanders and create a Rhode Island where everyone thrives – together. Gorbea, a Democrat, is the first Latina in New England to run in a gubernatorial race, making her candidacy historic for the state and region.
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Nellie Gorbea will challenge Gov. McKee for Democratic nomination

(WJAR) — Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea announced on Sunday that she is running for Rhode Island governor in 2022, setting up a Democratic primary challenge against Gov. Dan McKee and others. Her campaign made it official after a video announcing her run was uploaded to YouTube over the weekend.
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R.I. Sec. of State Nellie Gorbea running for governor

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) – Rhode Island Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea is running for governor. She made the announcement in a surprise YouTube video on Sunday evening. According to the video, Gorbea is looking to build “a better Rhode Island” as well as make sure government is “more accountable to the people.” She says she also wants to “bring diverse voices to the table.”
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LIVE ON WUN: A conversation with Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea (Jan. 13 at 2 pm)

Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea will join What’s Up Newp for a live virtual video conversation at 2 pm on Wednesday, January 13. Among a wide variety of topics, Secretary Gorbea will outline key information and dates for Rhode Island’s special referenda election that’s coming up on March 2. The seven referenda questions on the ballot involve authorizing the state to borrow money through bonds and temporary notes to make capital investments in several different areas.