Magaziner Earns Support from Broad Coalition of RI Women Leaders


General Treasurer and congressional candidate Seth Magaziner today announced the upcoming “Women for Seth” reception that will be held on April 27, hosted by over 30 Rhode Island women leaders who are endorsing his bid to be the next representative of Rhode Island’s second congressional district. 

“I am honored to have earned the support of exceptional Rhode Island women who are contributing so much to our state,” said General Treasurer and congressional candidate Seth Magaziner. “The fight of our generation is happening in Washington, and I am committed to building a better future for Rhode Island by protecting the Affordable Care Act, lowering the cost of prescription drugs, protecting access to reproductive health care, and making early education and childcare more affordable.”

Hosts for the Women for Seth reception include the following supporters of his campaign:

  • Victoria Almeida, Esq.
  • Representative Karen Alzate 
  • Representative Jacquelyn Baginski
  • UNAP President Lynn Blais
  • Cranston Democratic Committee Chair Maria Bucci
  • Narragansett Town Councilor Susan Cicilline Buonanno
  • Representative Justine Caldwell
  • Representative Julie A. Casimiro
  • Charlestown Democratic Committee Chair Catherine Collette
  • Representative Grace Diaz
  • East Greenwich Town Councilor Renu Englehart
  • Senator Hanna Gallo
  • Senator and Providence Democratic Committee Chair Maryellen Goodwin
  • Laborers Local 808 Karen Hazard
  • UniteHere Local 26 Vice President Nancy Iadeluca
  • Representative Katherine Kazarian
  • UNAP Local 5019 President Cindy Lussier
  • Maureen Martin
  • Suzanne Magaziner
  • Jennifer McDowell
  • Julia McDowell
  • Honorable Paula McFarland
  • Glocester Democratic Committee Chair Linda Nichols
  • Senator Ana Quezada
  • Providence Council Majority Leader Jo-Ann Ryan
  • Representative Patricia Serpa
  • Anne Sliney
  • East Greenwich Democratic Committee Chair Christa Thompson
  • Senator Bridget Valvedere
  • Representative Anastasia Williams
  • West Warwick Town Councilor Maribeth Williamson
  • Warwick Democratic Committee Chair Kim Wineman

Since taking office, Magaziner has fought to raise the minimum wage, pass fair pay legislation, codify Roe v. Wade at the state level, and support common-sense measures to reduce gun violence.  He has also led a school construction initiative that has repaired or replaced nearly 200 school buildings so all RI students can go to schools that will prepare them for a bright future. Magaziner is running for Congress to continue building a better Rhode Island by protecting the Affordable Care Act, lowering the cost of prescription drugs, and making pre-K universal and childcare more affordable. 

The Women for Seth reception will be on April 27th at 6PM at Tavolo in Warwick. Supporters can register at or join the host committee by contacting me at or (401) 793-6315. Follow Magaziner’s campaign on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.