Newberry notes he has kept his promises

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Rep. Brian Newberry

BURRILLVILLE/NORTH SMITHFIELD – Rep. Brian Newberry pointed to his record working on behalf of constituents this week and keeping promises in his bid for reelection to his seat representing District 48 in North Smithfield and Burrillville.

“Looking back, I can check off many promises I have kept during my tenure, from getting the master lever repealed, to passing voter ID, to pushing my colleagues to pay more for health insurance,” Newberry said. “I am also proud of my record in fighting tax increases and being a watchdog for state government.”

“More recently, I was lead sponsor of the RI Civics Literacy Act, and led the charge to get Route 146 redone,” he said.”During my tenure, I have always voted my conscience, even when politically unpopular, and always been upfront with voters as to why I do what I do. As former Minority Leader, I have earned the respect of colleagues on both sides of the aisle and can navigate the Assembly for the benefit of our district.”

“I hope this has earned the respect of the people of North Smithfield and Burrillville to be elected to another term,” Newberry said.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. It is clear Brian loves his community. He has never not shown up when invited to an event. I joke with him a lot but it’s true, Brian C Newberry always shows up.

  2. He also serves on the House Committee of Municipal Government according to his page, although I do not see his name up on the list.
    So…whatever happened to that backyard whiffle ball paying business operating in a residential neighborhood? (The league sponsors Mr Newberry). Reported by the VB in Aug 2022.
    Did he or Mr Beauregard ever get down to the bottom of that situation; resolving business versus residential zoning concerns and the neighbor complaints? Curious as I have not seen a follow up. Please advise.

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