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David Cicilline: Mayor of Providence

“There will always be die-hard Cianci supporters. A lot of great things happened in the last 20 years, but a lot of people deserve the credit. I was elected to change the culture. If I haven’t shown in 3-1/2, years that I can do that, then the experiment has failed. In the end, if I don’t demonstrate improvement in the quality of life in Providence, then I don’t deserve to be mayor.”


Click below for a comparison between Cianci and Cicilline:

Updated Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

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