Let me begin by saying how much I appreciate the support that everyone has shown me and our shared commitment to making Rhode Island a better place. I am honored to have earned your confidence and look forward to serving everyone as your Secretary of State.
Today we have an opportunity to step into the voting booth to send a strong message that Rhode Island is ready for change. I would be honored to have your vote and to be your Secretary of State. I will work non-stop to deliver the change and results that are needed to move Rhode Island forward.
WASHINGTON DC – PODER PAC, a political action committee founded by and for Latinas to help more Latinas get elected to positions at the local, state and federal level, is proud to endorse Nellie Gorbea in her candidacy for Rhode Island Secretary of State.
“PODER PAC is excited to be able to support Nellie and be a part of her historic achievement when she becomes the first Hispanic to be elected to statewide office in New England,” said Catherine Pino, Co-Founder of PODER PAC.
In an editorial on October 29, 2014, the Warwick Beacon endorsed Nellie Gorbea for Secretary of State. The editorial board noted that Gorbea's experience and exciting ideas for the office won her the paper's endorsement. You can read the full opinion piece at http://warwickonline.com/stories/Field-of-capable-candidates,97424?categ...
Nellie Gorbea, Democratic nominee for Secretary of State unveiled her third television ad that starts airing statewide today.
In their October 16 editorial page, Rhode Island's paper of record - the Providence Journal, enthusiastically endorsed Democratic nominee Nellie Gorbea for Secretary of State. The editorial board described Nellie as "a bright, energetic and articulate advocate of openness in government". They also commented the historic nature of Nellie's candidacy - she will be the first Hispanic elected general officer of a New England state.
Providence – The Rhode Island AFL-CIO unanimously voted on September 12th to endorse Democratic candidate for Secretary of State, Nellie Gorbea. If elected Gorbea will become the first Latino to be elected to statewide office in New England.
“Nellie’s forward thinking approach to solving tough problems is the type of leadership that we need in Rhode Island,” said Rhode Island AFL-CIO President George Nee. “Nellie understands the challenges facing Rhode Island’s working families and is committed to making sure that our government is working for them and looking out for them.”