Working Hard for Rhode Island

Congressman David Cicilline is a proven fighter who puts the interests of his constituents first and works hard every day to improve the lives of Rhode Island families.  He’s fighting to:

  • Protect Medicare and Social Security.
  • Make it easier for young people to finish college debt free.
  • Increase investments in job training and apprenticeships – making sure Rhode Islanders have the needed skills for the 21st-century economy.
  • Make critical investments in our roads, bridges, highways, and schools to rebuild America – creating good paying jobs and improving our quality of life.
  • Ensure our manufacturers at home have the resources they need to grow and create good-paying jobs.
  • End the corrupting influence of money in our politics, and refusing to accept campaign contributions from corporations.
  • Guarantee our veterans have access to the best services and opportunities possible.
  • Once and for all, fix our broken immigration system that harms our economy and our standing in the world.

Helping More Rhode Islanders Get Ahead

Congressman Cicilline was elected to one of only a few House Democratic leadership positions and serves on the Judiciary and Foreign Affairs Committees. In Congress, he has been aggressively fighting for legislation that would:

  • Create millions of good-paying, full-time jobs by investing in our crumbling roads, bridges, schools, and highways; prioritizing permanent tax relief for working families and small business growth, and put an end to benefits that encourage corporations to ship jobs overseas.
  • Lower the cost of living for everything from prescription drugs, to credit card fees, and cable bills by modernizing laws to put a check on corporate greed and promote competition.
  • Improve access to affordable, high-quality early learning and child care.
  • Provide new tax incentives to employers that invest in workforce training and education.
  • Protect the pensions, Social Security, and Medicare benefits that seniors rely on to live their retirement with dignity.
  • Overhaul our broken campaign finance system that concentrates too much power in the hands of special interests and lobbyists.

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DNC Twitter

  • 1 hour 54 min ago RT : Judiciary Committee member David Cicilline: "I think it is quite clear that the President committed offenses that w… https://t.co/zq8P1lUSXS
  • 2 hours 16 min ago “Nixon only did that stuff b/c he was so frustrated about the investigation into the DNC break-in. Congress should… https://t.co/GG9u8tnPGa
  • 14 hours 4 sec ago RT : Jason Chaffetz interviewing Trey Gowdy right now on how Hillary Clinton got off easy https://t.co/uEJ5pObPVa
  • 18 hours 13 min ago Headed to Seder now. For all those who will be observing tonight, Chag Sameach.
  • 18 hours 15 min ago “I think it is quite clear that the President committed offenses that would constitute impeachable offenses.” https://t.co/pRpbxuQLtk
  • 18 hours 19 min ago Um, no. It’s timely and necessary. https://t.co/CYXuBiY00e