RI-02 Rhode Island's 2nd District


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Jim Langevin



Salvatore Caiozzo



District Profile Last Updated: Oct. 5, 2018, 11:47 a.m.

The population of this district is 15.5% rural. This district is made up of southern and western Rhode Island, including Kent and Wasington counties as well as a small portion of Providence county. The predominant breakdown of residents' race is: 78% Caucasian, 12% Hispanic. The median income of this district is $63,976. 34% of residents have a bachelor's degree or higher. Rhode Island 2 has had a democratic representative since 1991. In the last 5 district elections, the Democratic candidate has won by a margin of 58.1% in 2016, 62.2% in 2014, 55.7% in 2012, and 59.9% in 2010, and 70% in 2008. This district voted Democratic in the last 3 presidential elections. The Democratic candidate running in this district is Jim Langevin. He has been representing Rhode Island 2 since 2001. He wants to increase jobs, improve education, and support small businesses. The Republican candidate running in this district is Salvatore Caiozzo. He served in the military and currently works as a small businessman. He wants to improve agriculture, support the military, reduce federal intervention into education, and reform Social Security.

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