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RICHMOND DEMOCRATIC TOWN COMMITTEE
Richmond, Rhode Island

Our Mission 

The mission of the RDTC is to promote the election of party candidates on a town, district and state level, keeping in mind a responsibility to the residents of the town of Richmond for their quality of life. We support local government that is responsive to Richmond residents. We endorse trustworthy community leaders who believe in cooperation to achieve collective goals that will move our town in a positive direction. We advocate sustainable growth that respects our natural resources and infrastructure while meeting the needs of our multigenerational community.

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Richmond Democratic Town Committee

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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: Wednesday,

April 24

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2024 VOTING DATES

April 9, 2024 - Chariho Budget Referendum

May 7, 2024 - Chariho Bond Referendum*

June 3, 2024 - Richmond Town Budget Referendum

September 10, 2024 - Primary Election*

November 5, 2024 - General Election*

*Early voting available 20 days prior to each Title 17 Election

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Follow our new blog "Living in Richmond". Whether you are new to our town or a long time resident, learn about the inside scoop on how to “Live in Richmond” while making full use of the local shops, town services, educational opportunities, events, and public spaces.

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News and Events
Rep. Megan Cotter speaking to Eath Day gathering

We had great turnout at our Earth Day celebration yesterday at Higher Grounds! While the rain kept us indoors for coffee, we heard from Representative Megan Cotter from District 39 on her new Green Bond initiative, and Liz Beretta Perik, the chair for the Rhode Island Democratic party. Check out our Earth Day picture gallery!

While Senator Whitehouse had planned to join us, he had to remain in DC today to vote for a number of key bills, including the critical foreign aid legislation that has been in the spotlight this past week. We’ll look for another opportunity to bring him out to Richmond.

Yesterday, we were also joined by Representative Victoria Gu from District 38, Councilmember Wilcox from Richmond, Chariho Committee members Jessica Purcell and Karen Reynolds, and a number of folks from the Richmond, Hopkinton, and Charlestown communities.

For those looking for a sunnier day to help with clean-up, the Richmond Conservation Commission is still hosting their Earth Day clean-up today – sign up with your group and pick up your clean-up kit at the Richmond Town Hall.

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Voting in Richmond Elections and Referendums

With a series of elections and referendums coming up this year, it’s worth highlighting that there are a number of different ways to vote. First, it’s worth highlighting how to register to vote. For most elections, you have to register to vote at least thirty days before the election. However, in Rhode Island, you can register to vote the same day that you vote, but you’ll only be able to cast a vote for the President that day.

shannock village

Scenes from an informative tour of Shannock Village in Richmond on Saturday morning. Participants started the tour in the space that is expected to become a small riverside restaurant. There were discussions of future mixed-use development that included a variety of housing, community green space, and the ongoing site remediation efforts.

Thanks to the Richmond Economic Development Commission for arranging this event.

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