Gov. Gina Raimondo is once again asking young girls what they would do if they were Rhode Island's governor for a day. She’s holding her annual Governor for a Day essay contest to encourage young girls to become leaders as part of Women's History Month. Raimondo says despite progress in electing women to public office, too many young girls grow up without seeing themselves represented in their government. She says she wants them to know their ideas, and futures, are limitless.