Rhode Island Elections

for 2018

General election is on Nov. 06, 2018.

Check if you’re registered to vote at Voter Information Center.

Register to vote by downloading the voter registration form at Get the form,

OR Contact your local board of canvassers to have one sent to you.

Get your sample ballot at Sample Ballot Lookup.

There is No early voting

Voters registration dead line is:

  • In-Person: 30 days before most elections. You may register in person on Election Day but only for Presidential elections
  • By Mail: 30 days before Election Day.
  • Online: N/A

Federal Level

President: There is NO candidate running for president in 2018

Senator: There is one democratic candidate running for this position in 2018: Sheldon Whitehouse (I)

US Congress:  The Democratic candidates running for seats in the US House are:

District 1: David Cicilline – Incumbent

District 2: Jim Langevin – Incumbent

State Level

State Executive Level:

The Governor: The Democratic candidates are:

The Lt. Governor: The Democratic candidate on Sept 12th and the winner on Nov 6th

The state Atty General: The Democratic candidate is Peter Neronha .

Sec. of State: The Democratic candidate is Nellie Gorbea

State Congressional Level

State Senate: All 38 Senate seats are up for re-election in the Nov. 06, 2018 (general election). Please vote for the Democratic candidate that will represent you.

State House: All 87 House seats are up for re-election in the Nov. 06, 2018 (general election). Please vote for the Democratic candidate that will represent you.

Municipal Elections:

There are No municipal election in Rhode Island in 2018

School Board Elections:

There are No School Board election in Rhode Island in 2018.

Ballot Measures:

BI Question 1 Bonds Issues $250 million for school buildings
BI Question 2 Bonds Issues $70 million for higher education facilities
BI Question 3 Bonds Issues $47.3 million for environment, recreation, and water infrastructure