Republican State Senate Candidate Cortellessa Welcomes Campaign Season, Elaborates On Vision For District 27
With the primaries now over and mail-in ballots fully accounted for, the 2020 election cycle in full swing. With a full seven weeks until the 2020 Election Day, now is the time for the candidates to inform the voters on the issues and share their vision of how to fix Rhode Island.
Today, Republican candidate for Rhode Island State Senate RI-27 (Cranston & West Warwick) Pat Cortellessa elaborated on his race against incumbent Hanna Gallo, and following the primary, where the campaign will go from here. “After earning nearly 1400 votes in the primary, I will continue to campaign hard across Cranston and West Warwick and let the voters know they have a choice on November 3, business as usual or a new day in District 27” Cortellessa said.
“From now until election day our campaign will work hard underscore our policy differences and guarantee the voters are well informed on my opponents record and our stark differences for Rhode Island.”
These policies, which include “streamline business regulation”; “stop taxing our senior citizens’ social security”; and “ethics reform in the General Assembly,” Cortellessa notes, will continued to contrast the candidates policies for the rest of the election cycle.
“The time is now,” Cortellessa said. “Rhode Island’s future depends on it.”