ProJo: Political Scene: Special election asks RI voters to spend $400M on public projects

Patrick Anderson | The Providence Journal

Something unusual is happening next month.

For the first time in decades, Rhode Island is holding a statewide election without any candidates on the ballot.

Money is on the ballot March 2, when voters will be asked to weigh in on seven referendums that would approve a combined $400 million in state borrowing for a broad swath of public projects.

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