Patrick Anderson writes in Sunday’s Providence Journal about Dylan Conley’s Democratic primary challenge to Jim Langevin.
Author: Conley for Congress
Dylan Conley: Gun Sense Candidate
Dylan Conley was awarded the 2020 Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidate distinction.
Highlights from the first debate between Dylan Conley and incumbent Jim Langevin.
Rival Democrat Conley challenges Langevin on his stock activity
Ian Donnis of The Public’s Radio outlines the suspicious financial activity of RI congressman Jim Langevin.
Debate: Conley vs. Langevin
Watch Dylan Conley’s incredible debate performance in Eat Drink RI’s Town Hall with RI’s 2nd Congressional District Democratic Candidates, hosted by David Dadekian.
Speech: Justice for Crystal Caldwell
Listen to Dylan Conley’s speech at the “Peace & Justice Rally 4 Crystal Caldwell.”
Small Business Neglected in Recovery Plans
“Congress has failed Rhode Island business. When the Great Recession hit in 2008, despite the lessons that could have been learned from the dotcom bubble, Congress was without a plan. Without a concrete plan in place for economic downturns, lobbyists and big banks were able to direct Congress to focus on corporate bailouts instead of…”
Letter: Make RI’s “after” better than its “before”
Read Dylan Conley’s letter in The Westerly Sun entitled “We must make R.I.’s ‘after’ better than its ‘before‘.” In it, he discuses how we need to take the opportunity that this moment in history has afforded us to forge a new path to a better future.
Conley discusses pandemic recovery, uphill battle during media roundtable
“From my perspective, true freedom is only borne from true equity,” Conley, the assistant town solicitor in Johnston, said.
An interview with Congressional candidate Dylan Conley
“This election isn’t about me, it’s about going to where the problems are and the problems are at the federal level.”