Justin Price moved to Exeter Rhode Island in 1979 as a military family member. His father was a career Navy man. Justin served 4 years of active duty in the United States Marine Corps where he earned an
honorable discharge and returned to Rhode Island.
Justin has made a living first as a fisherman and then as a carpenter. He has spent much of his time helping to revitalize Historic Shannock Village in Richmond. He also serves as an active member of the Richmond Historical Society.
Justin is the proud father of two boys, Aaron and Austin.
Justin first entered the political arena by running on the ballot as a presidential state committee delegate.
He ran for the Rhode Island General Assembly because he knows that good political decisions can help to support our common desire for a return to prosperity. Justin subsequently won in 2014 and is proudly representing the citizens of District 39.
- Sensible Budget
- Honest Elections (voter ID)
- Personal Rights
- Simplified Government
- Education Reform
I pledge to make Rhode Island affordable, livable and strong.
I will fight for: Personal rights, lower taxes and a more simplified government.
“I will work hard and will support principled policy that makes Rhode Island supportive of economic growth.” – Justin Price