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Providence College’s faculty and staff members are ready to provide their expert opinion on all of today’s hot topics and trends. They are available to respond to all media inquiries regarding their studied areas of expertise. 

Dr. Joseph Cammarano, associate professor of political science at Providence College, looks ahead to the RI local elections in November.

The candidates and political parties have turned the page on the primaries, and now have an eye on the Nov. 4 general election. The Rhode Island Governor's race and Providence Mayoral race are two of the most watched contests in the country. Dr. Joseph Cammarano is an associate professor of political science at Providence College and is available to offer insightful analysis into all the local races. 
To speak with him directly, please contact Chrissy Centazzo at (401) 340-5710, or ccentazz@providence.edu    

 
 

Dr. Adam Myers, assistant professor of political science at Providence College, looks ahead to the national elections in November.

As candidates from around the country get ready for the general election, there are several hotly contested races that will undoubtedly have an impact on the control of Congress. Dr. Adam Myers is an assistant professor of political science at Providence College and is available to offer his assessment of the national electoral landscape. To speak with him directly, please contact Chrissy Centazzo at (401) 340-5710, or ccentazz@providence.edu 

 
 
Steve Maurano
Associate Vice President for Public Affairs, Community & Government Relations​
(401) 865-2413​

 
Chrissy Centazzo
Public Affairs, Community & Government
Re​lations Specialist
(401) 865-2413

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