State House, Providence – Rhode Island House Republicans unanimously elected Michael W. Chippendale of Foster as Minority Leader, and David J. Place of Burrillville as Minority Whip, to continue in their caucus leadership roles to help drive meaningful legislative reform and policy discussions at the State House.
“I’m happy to receive the support of my Republican caucus mates to continue in the role of House Minority Leader,” said Chippendale. “As the recessionary trends continue to deepen, it will become more important than ever for the General Assembly to legislate responsibly and to be a prudent steward of the public treasury. I look forward to working with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle as we focus on the challenges that face the people of our state.”
“I’m honored to have earned the trust of my friends and colleagues,” said Place. “I look forward to supporting Leader Chippendale and our Caucus as a whole.”
The 2023 Rhode Island House of Representatives Minority Caucus (Republican) is comprised of the following elected members representing constituents who live in the following districts throughout the Ocean State: Minority Leader, Michael Chippendale, District 40 (Foster, Glocester, Coventry); Minority Whip David Place, District 47 (Burrillville, Glocester); Representative George Nardone, District 28 (Coventry); Representative Brian Newberry, District 48 (North Smithfield, Burrillville); Representative Robert Quattrocchi, District 41 (Scituate, Cranston); Representative Sherry Roberts, District 29 (Coventry, West Greenwich) Representative-elect Brian Rea, District 53 (Glocester, Smithfield).
For more information on the House Minority Caucus, please visit www.rihousegop.org
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