R.I. Congressional candidate who was arrested in Ohio drops out of race

Michael Neary has ended his marketing campaign for Congress. (Twitter/Neary Campaign)

A Congressional candidate who was trying to substitute Jim Langevin has ended his marketing campaign.

Democrat Michael Neary confirmed he’s dropping out of the race Friday.

He stated a full assertion on his resolution could be launched shortly

Questions arose about Neary’s future within the race following an arrest in Ohio in March on fees of stalking and marijuana possession.

During that arrest he stated he was dwelling in Ohio, however was within the technique of shifting again to Rhode Island and run for Congress.

When he registered, Neary listed his dwelling tackle in Coventry.

With Neary dropping out of the sector, the remaining Democrats are Seth Magaziner, Sarah Morgenthau, Omar Bah, Joy Fox, David Segal and Cameron Moquin.

Allan Fung and Bob Lancia are searching for the Republican nomination.

Previously, Democrat Edwin Pacheco and Republican Jessica de la Cruz dropped out of the race.

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