Frank T. Caprio (born May 10, 1966) is an American politician and banker from Rhode Island. He had a twenty-year political career which included being elected as the General Treasurer of Rhode Island. He was the first political candidate in the United States to use on-demand television to reach voters and one of the first candidates to launch an Internet TV channel for use in a political campaign in 2006. Caprio was the Democratic Party nominee in the 2010 Rhode Island gubernatorial election, losing to Independent candidate Lincoln Chafee, who won with 36 percent of the vote. He ran for the Democratic nomination for General Treasurer in 2014, but lost to first-time candidate Seth Magaziner. He also is a Managing Director at Chatham Capital, a mezzanine finance firm with offices in Atlanta,

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  • Frank T. Caprio (born May 10, 1966) is an American politician and banker from Rhode Island. He had a twenty-year political career which included being elected as the General Treasurer of Rhode Island. He was the first political candidate in the United States to use on-demand television to reach voters and one of the first candidates to launch an Internet TV channel for use in a political campaign in 2006. Caprio was the Democratic Party nominee in the 2010 Rhode Island gubernatorial election, losing to Independent candidate Lincoln Chafee, who won with 36 percent of the vote. He ran for the Democratic nomination for General Treasurer in 2014, but lost to first-time candidate Seth Magaziner. He also is a Managing Director at Chatham Capital, a mezzanine finance firm with offices in Atlanta, Dallas and Providence. (en)
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  • Frank T. Caprio (born May 10, 1966) is an American politician and banker from Rhode Island. He had a twenty-year political career which included being elected as the General Treasurer of Rhode Island. He was the first political candidate in the United States to use on-demand television to reach voters and one of the first candidates to launch an Internet TV channel for use in a political campaign in 2006. Caprio was the Democratic Party nominee in the 2010 Rhode Island gubernatorial election, losing to Independent candidate Lincoln Chafee, who won with 36 percent of the vote. He ran for the Democratic nomination for General Treasurer in 2014, but lost to first-time candidate Seth Magaziner. He also is a Managing Director at Chatham Capital, a mezzanine finance firm with offices in Atlanta, (en)
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