Representative Patricia L. Morgan
House Minority Leader
Conference Policy Chair
Patricia Morgan was chosen by the Republican Caucus to serve as the House Minority Leader in November 2016. She has represented District 26 in Coventry, Warwick and West Warwick since first being elected in November 2010.
A Financial Advisor for Spire Investment Partners, she is a former member of the West Warwick Zoning Board.
In 2012, she co-sponsored a bipartisan bill enacted into law which requires a cost-benefit analysis and a periodic review of all regulations impacting small businesses.
Minority Leader Morgan has been involved with a number of organizations, including the Pawtuxet Valley Rotary. She was the President of the National Federation of Republican Women’s Rhode Island chapter and the former chair of the Rhode Island Republican Party. She is also the founder of the Riverwalk/ Royal Mills Restoration Project, and was previously involved with the Cub Scouts, the Hearthstone Lions and Common Cause.
Minority Leader Morgan holds a Master’s degree in education from Rhode Island College and she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree at Kent State University and an advanced degree from Providence College. She also attended Mississippi State University. She has three sons, Bernie, Stephen and Brian.
State House, Providence, RI 02903