(Warwick) – Under Raimondo’s reign, Rhode Island is going in the wrong direction. Just yesterday, US News & World Report released its new rankings and RI fell seven spots from last year, and now the worst in the entire Northeast. We’re 48th worst in infrastructure, and in the bottom half of the country for education, opportunity, fiscal stability, and the economy.
“I believe in the potential of Rhode Island, just like I did in Cranston when I took a city in its darkest days to one of the best in the entire nation,” said Mayor Fung. “When we stop the insider deals, and put the interests of our children and family’s first, the entire state will thrive like we’ve done in Cranston.”
Cranston, which was named the best city to live in Rhode Island this past year by 24/7 Wall Street, one of the top 100 cities to raise a child, and one of the best cities to live in America for three straight years, continues to thrive despite chaos on Smith Hill. Mayor Fung wants all cities to thrive like Cranston has under his leadership.