It’s Primary Day! Aspiring Democratic Congressmen have strong uphill battles against incumbents David Cicilline and Jim Langevin, while the mayors of North Providence and Woonsocket both face primary challengers. (FYI: the state allows registered voters to preview their ballots online.) Speaking of Woonsocket, though: the city’s downtown streets stand in for the avenues of Washington DC in the dystopian bloodbath The Purge: Election Year. Set in 2040, this early summer hit is about a Senator and her security guard fighting for their lives on the streets during a state-sanctioned murder binge. The Rhode Island State House stands in for the Capitol building, and you can also see Harris Avenue in Providence.