June 16, 2019



I want to express my heartfelt thanks to all the voters of the 64th House District for electing me to the Rhode Island General Assembly. I am truly honored and humbled that you have placed your confidence and trust in me and I assure you that I will work tirelessly on behalf of all the residents of our community.

To the many volunteers who worked on my campaign, the residents who opened their doors and shared their ideas and concerns, and put up signs, my family, friends, and those who encouraged me to run, THANK YOU! I am very proud of our community, regardless of what our political ideologies might be, I know we can all work together to keep East Providence strong.

As your state representative, I will focus on a few key areas: labor, business, education, and advocacy. We must provide regulatory relief and incentivize businesses to bring in good paying jobs, and support equal pay for equal work. We must also identify high quality vocational and trades training resources for workers seeking better job opportunities. In the area of elementary and secondary education, we must secure adequate state funding for our East Providence public schools, and make postsecondary education more affordable.

Finally, I want to advocate for the well being of each and every single resident of District 64 and work closely with municipal, state and federal officials to build a healthier, safer, and stronger community for all constituents. I believe the American Dream is still very much alive and I want to do everything I can to enable all residents to realize that Dream. Writer and historian James Truslow Adams best describes the “American Dream” as “that dream of a land in which life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement.” That is what I want for all of us.

Joe Serodio
State Representative Elect, District 64


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