WOONSOCKET/NORTH SMITHFIELD – Last month, Glenn Dusablon, candidate for House District 49 representing Woonsocket and North Smithfield, met with members of the Parkview Manor community to discuss his plans for Woonsocket and his campaign. He was joined by State Sen. Melissa Murray, Attorney General Peter Neronha, and other candidates seeking office. After presenting their ideas and taking questions, Dusablon and the candidates dined with attendees.
Dusablon said he is committed to working hard for seniors, addressing prescription costs and protecting Medicaid–a vital program for seniors, individuals with disabilities and frontline caregivers.
“The price of everything is too high–childcare, medicine, housing, groceries. I have devoted my life to helping working families and I am eager to continue that work in office for the future of our kids and grandkids,” said Dusablon.
Dusablon, whose father served in the Navy during World War II, also added, “If elected, I promise to work hard for our district’s most vulnerable populations–especially our veterans and seniors. I am devoted to representing my neighbors in our corner of Rhode Island at the State House with honesty, transparency, and integrity. I will provide a new voice for Woonsocket and North Smithfield.”
Dusablon was a longtime electrical inspector for the city and founded the Veterans Memorial Museum, which honors the men and women who have served our country.