Providence Mayor David N. Cicilline has remained a loyal soldier for Hillary Clinton. He stuck with her when he had to give up his chairmanship of her Rhode Island campaign. And although he was upset and reconsidered his support when he was told not to attend her Providence fundraiser last weekend, Cicilline was successfully cajoled to come back into the fold. It's enough to make one wonder whether Cicilline would vote for someone else in the privacy of the voting booth on Tuesday.
I asked the mayor about this when he took part in a taping of Newsmakers, which will be broadcast Sunday, at 5:30 am on WPRI and at 10 am on Fox 64. (Obama's brother-in-law, Craig Robinson, makes a separate appearance).
Cicilline told me that he intends to vote for Clinton.