Our Mission:

Create change.

RILPAC is a nonpartisan organization that educates elected officials, political leaders, and candidates in the concerns and priorities shared by Rhode Island Latinos; takes a stand on issues that impact the State's underrepresented communities; and supports candidates committed to improving the quality of life for Rhode Island Latinos.

 
 
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Our Impact

RILPAC was founded in 1998 and has since worked successfully to identify, communicate, and lobby for issues impacting the Latino community by holding candidates accountable.

10+

THOUSANDS Dollars Raised

 

19+

Years Serving communities

 

 
 

15+

endorsed candidates elected

 

Governance

 

Our Board

RILPAC welcomes its 2018-2020 officers, President Joseph Molina-Flynn, Vice-President Marcela Betancur, Secretary Andrea James-Gomez, Treasurer Wesley Rodas, and Executive Board Members Sol Taubin, Diana Perdomo, and Luanne Santelises, elected on October 26, 2017. RILPAC also welcomes Executive Assistant Patricia Socarras, Press Secretary Karen Alzate, and Legal Counsel Angie Cardona and Bienvenido Perez!
 

DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE

Setting fundraising goals and developing relationships to ensure the fiscal health of the organization.

ENDORSEMENT & VOLUNTEER COMMITTE

Evaluating candidates in relation to RILPAC's platform and supports endorsed candidates, get out the vote initiatives, etc.

 

GOVERNANCE & By-LAWS COMMITTEE

Reviewing and editing by-laws, and suggesting process improvement in line with RILPAC's strategic plan.

 

PLATFORM COMMITTEE

Conducting research and identifying RILPAC's policy priorities.

 

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Get Involved

become a member

RILPAC Meetings are held the last Thursday of every month, from 6:30PM-8:00PM. We welcome members of the Rhode Island Latino community to join us!

Become a Member

learn more

Read about RILPAC's platform, issue-based priorities, and endorsed candidates here.

donate

Donations to RILPAC support policies and candidates that are committed to improving the quality of life for Rhode Island Latinos.