NORTH PROVIDENCE – Results of high-profile General Assembly races in North Providence proved to be two of the biggest disappointments for members of the Rhode Island Political Cooperative, with Lenny Cioe and Clara Hardy both coming up well short in their bids to unseat longtime incumbents.

Cioe, whose vote deficit to Senate President Dominick Ruggerio in Senate District 4 grew to more than 1,100 votes from the 341 votes he lost by in 2020, told The Breeze this week that it’s too soon to determine what’s next for his political future.

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