Rhode Island voters favor Democrats in election.
It was a good night for Democrats Tuesday in Rhode Island. In Rhode Island’s 1st Congressional District David Cicilline was able to win a second term against a tough race fought against Republican Brendan Doherty. The former head of the Rhode Island State Police strongly criticized Cicilline during the course of the campaign over his final leadership of the city of Providence when he was mayor for eight before heading to Washington two years ago. In the 2nd Congressional District James Langevin was able to win a seventh term over Republican Michael Riley. Riley reportedly lent his campaign more than $600,000. Langevin cited as accomplishments his work to maintain submarine production at Electric Boat and efforts to strengthen job training …
Congressman Langevin has served in the House of Representatives since 2001.
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Name : Mr. James R. Langevin Also known as : Jim Date of birth : 22 April 1964 Place of residence : Warwick Attended college : Yes College : Rhode Island College Degree : Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Public Administration and a Minor in Economics Year of graduation : 1990 University : Harvard University Degree : Masters in Public Administration Year of graduation : 1994 Job titles held : NA Employers : NA Party affiliation : Democrat Running for a: Federal office Running for position: United States House of Representatives Chamber/district: Second District Incumbent: Yes First elected: 07 November 2000 Previous elective offices : Delegate to the Constitutional Convention Rhode Island State Representative Secretary of State of …