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Topic - Frank T. Caprio
A Democratic congressional candidate says a Pennsylvania school district is playing politics by canceling an event headlined by Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.
The Democratic candidate for Rhode Island governor, widely seen as more conservative than the independent seeking to lead the heavily Democratic state, said Monday that President Obama can "shove it" after learning Mr. Obama would not endorse him.
PROVIDENCE | The campaign manager for Rhode Island Democratic gubernatorial contender Frank Caprio says the candidate did not plan his remark that President Obama could "shove it" for not endorsing him.
Mr. Caprio on Monday said Mr. Obama could "take his endorsement and really shove it," a day after learning Mr. Obama would not endorse anyone in the race out of respect for independent candidate Lincoln Chafee.