Meet the Republican candidates and officer holders










































Charles W. (Chuck) More, candidate for Richmond Town Council

Chuck is a retired Civil Engineer who worked for the Coast Guard for over 45 years. He is also a veteran – retiring from the Coast Guard Reserve in 1992. He moved to RI in 1991 and has lived in Richmond for 17 years. He is active in town activities through the Planning Board, Land Trust and Affordable Housing Committee. He is an avid golfer, horseman and handyman. Read more...

Justin Price, candidate for State Representative, District 39

Justin is challenging the current office holder Democrat Larry Valencia to represent Richmond, Exeter and Hopkinton. Justin brings his deep regard for the Constitution and fiscal common sense among other qualities to the race and will offer the kind of representation that is sorely needed in the General Assembly.

Keven Miller, School Committee Member

A native New Englander, Keven is a graduate of Rensselaer Polytechnic University. BSME 1990. After working in CT, RI and MD, he moved back to RI in 2004, finding Richmond an ideal place for him and his wife to raise their two children. Being a college graduate and becoming a father a little later in life has helped focus his attention on the importance of education. Since late 2013 he has served on the Chariho School Committee and has actively proposed strategies to curb excessive Chariho spending and over budgeting while preserving quality education, teachers and programs for Chariho students.

Paul Michaud, Town Councilor

Paul, a Town Councilor who consistently stands up for the town's taxapayers, is also the president of the Richmond Republican Town Committee.

Henry Oppenheimer, Town Councilor

Henry is a long-standing Town Councilor whose contributions to our town's governance have been the application of his widely recognized economic expertise.