Cranston Mayor Allan Fung is taking another shot at Rhode Island’s top seat.
“I told you I’d be back again, didn’t I?” he said Tuesday night, to a crowd of around 200 people, as he took the podium.
“We can do better,” he told the crowd. “We must do better. And it’s time to believe in the full potential of Rhode Island again.”
Fung’s speech made no mention of President Trump. Instead, he spoke about creating a more fiscally conservative Rhode Island, while taking some jabs at Governor Gina Raimondo, bringing up the “Cooler and Warmer” failed tourism campaign and the perpetually troubled UHIP benefits’ system.
“Our governor has failed miserably and it’s time to lead our state in a better direction,” Fung said.
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