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RI Political Cooperative Backs Gayle Goldin for Senate President

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It’s been decades since we’ve had a Rhode Island Senate that fights for the interests of the people of Rhode Island but I believe with Gayle as Senate President we can build it,” said RI Political Cooperative Co-Chair and Senator-elect Jeanine Calkin. “Gayle has the experience and integrity that it takes to lead and Co-op Senators will be proudly supporting her. We ask our future colleagues to do so as well.”


For decades corrupt, conservative leadership has controlled our General Assembly and they have failed at every turn to represent the interests of the people of Rhode Island – this session that will change. The Rhode Island Political Cooperative is proud to support Senator Gayle Goldin in her bid for Senate President. It was not long ago that serious challenges to leadership in the General Assembly felt impossible but following on the Co-op’s eight primary wins there is now real opportunity for change in the leadership of the General Assembly. 

New leadership is essential to pass a Green New Deal, single-payer healthcare, a $15 minimum wage, and much more. Senator Goldin is bravely challenging the powerful establishment that has controlled our state for decades. The Co-op and the Co-op’s future Senators will be fully backing her in this fight. 

“It’s been decades since we’ve had a Rhode Island Senate that fights for the interests of the people of Rhode Island but I believe with Gayle as Senate President we can build it,” said RI Political Cooperative Co-Chair and Senator-elect Jeanine Calkin. “Gayle has the experience and integrity that it takes to lead and Co-op Senators will be proudly supporting her. We ask our future colleagues to do so as well.”

Rhode Islanders made it clear on September 8th that they were ready for change. This year we can end the long era of corrupt leadership in our State Senate. We ask all supporters of the Co-op to call their Senator and ask them to vote for Senator Gayle Goldin for Senate President.

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