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Rep. Grace Diaz Endorses Guillaume De Ramel

April 17, 2014Press Release

PROVIDENCE – Representative Grace Diaz (D-Providence) endorsed Aquidneck Island businessman Guillaume De Ramel in his race to become Rhode Island’s next Secretary of State.  Rep. Diaz has represented Providence in the General Assembly since her election in 2004, and is the Deputy Majority Leader in the House of Representatives as well as the Vice Chairwoman of the Rhode Island Democratic Party.  

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Guillaume De Ramel's Statement Honoring Nuala Pell

April 13, 2014Press Release

PROVIDENCE - Aquidneck Island businessman and Democratic candidate for Secretary of State Guillaume De Ramel issued a statement following the death of Nuala Pell.

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Rhode Island State Association of Fire Fighters Endorse Guillaume De Ramel for Secretary of State

March 20, 2014Press Release

PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island State Association of Firefighters (RISAFF) have endorsed Aquidneck Island businessman Guillaume De Ramel in his campaign to become Rhode Island’s next Secretary of State.  RISAFF is made up of thirty-six local unions and represents nearly 2000 Rhode Island firefighters.

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Mayor Polisena Endorses Guillaume De Ramel for Secretary of State

March 13, 2014Press Release

PROVIDENCE – Johnston Mayor Joe Polisena today endorsed Aquidneck Island businessman Guillaume De Ramel in his race to become Rhode Island’s next Secretary of State.  Mayor Polisena has served as mayor of Johnston since 2006.  He previously represented Johnston in the Rhode Island State Senate from 1992-1998 and 2000-2006.  The endorsement occurred following a visit to the Brown Avenue Elementary School. 

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Saturday Morning Post: Quick hits on politics & more in RI

March 8, 2014News Clip

9…“I’ll tell ya, if you take my two decades of experience in the private sector, working and starting a business here in Rhode Island – I’m the only candidate in this race who has that experience, that firsthand knowledge of how difficult it is to not only run a business but to start one here in Rhode Island,” [Guillaume] De Ramel said on this week’s Newsmakers. As for how Rhode Island administers elections, the Newport resident says he supports early in-person voting, online and same-day voter registration, and the elimination of the master lever. And, still smarting from his 2006 loss to Ralph Mollis, this time De Ramel is working hard to pile up as many endorsements from different corners of the state as he can.

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