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Richmond, Rhode Island

We strive earnestly to build a local governing body that is responsive to the needs of Richmond residents. We deserve a government of integrity and transparency that works to move the town of Richmond forward in a positive direction. We shall put forth leaders who are trustworthy and believe in cooperation to achieve collective goals of economic growth, support of residents, and respect for natural resources. 

Please donate to support our local candidates!

Richmond Democratic Town Committee

Join Us Today!

We meet on the fourth Wednesday of each month at the Richmond Community/Senior Center (2nd floor of the Richmond Police Station) at

6:30 pm. New members welcome!

Next Meeting: September 27

Contact Us!

Join the RDTC email list

Sign up to join the RDTC email list and stay updated on our meeting schedule and planned events. 




Donate to the campaigns of RDTC-endorsed candidates, Town Councilor Samantha Wilcox, soon-to-be School Committee Member Jessica Purcell, and State Rep Megan Cotter!

Show your support with a contribution!


"A woman is like a tea bag – you can't tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water." –– Eleanor Roosevelt

CONGRATULATIONS to RDTC Member Jess Purcell for Chariho School Committee! A majority of the RI Supreme Court ruled in favor of her appointment to the Chariho School Committee per the procedure in the Richmond Town Charter regarding vacancies.

We look forward to her service, representation, and continued strength on the School Committee.,%2028.pdf

News and Events
Community Conversation with Scott Barber

Join us Saturday morning, October 21st for a conversation with Scott Barber, Richmond Fire Chief, and Director of Public Works.

Community Conversations is a series of family-friendly events to share coffee and snacks with featured speakers who are making a positive contribution in our community.

This event is non-partisan and all are welcome.

Saturday, April 29, 2023

10 – 11:30 AM

Richmond Fire Chief and Director of Public Works
Donations of $10 are suggested but not required. 

Megan Cotter talks to Richmond residents at Clark Memorial Library

The first speaker in our State Leader Series was Representative Megan Cotter. Megan discussed how she's been building relationships at the State House to bring positive change home to our community.

Thank you to Megan, the Clark Memorial Library, and to all who attended the event!

We'll keep you posted on the next speaker in our series.

Samantha Wilcox Councilor Updates

Please join Councilor Samantha Wilcox on Saturday, May 27th between 9am and 10:30am at Higher Grounds Community Coffee House for Councilor Open Office Hours.

Samantha created this opportunity to share updates about the Richmond Town Council from the last six months and to provide an opportunity for residents to share thoughts, ideas, and concerns.

Can't make it? Feel free to email her any time:

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