Steve - Standing up for us

A Proven Record of Accomplishment

In only his first term in the General Assembly, Steve Archambault is already building an impressive record of accomplishment:

  • Led the successful fight for the adoption of a state law ensuring that Bryant University contributes its fair share for services received from The Town of Smithfield. 
  • Sponsoring bipartisan legislation requiring a non-partisan, independent and complete investigation of the 38 Studios debacle. 
  • Leads the fight to adopt Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) supported legislation to combat drunk driving and provide the option of a work release drivers license through expanding the use of car interlock devices.
  • Spearheaded legislation to create child safe zones, protecting our children against sexual predators.

Our Senator Steve Archambault will:

  • Promote job-creating economic development
  • Fight to increase the minimum wage
  • Stand up for fiscal responsibility
  • Oppose special insider deals like 38 Studios
  • Work to improve public education
  • Oppose unfair rate hikes by health insurers
  • Hold the line on taxes

Vote Tuesday, Sept. 9


Legislation Proposed to Ban Bath Salts

From ABC 6 – A bill to ban synthetic drugs including so-called “bath salts” and synthetic marijuana is being heard by the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday. The legislation was proposed by Attorney General Peter Kilmartin and introduced by Rep. Joseph McNamara and Rep. Arthur Corvese in the House and Senator Stephen Archambault in the […]


Bryant set to reimburse the Town of Smithfield

From ABC 6 – A new law has just signed by Governor Chafee will force Bryant University to reimburse the Town of Smithfield for emergency services. The law requires Bryant and the town to negotiate a payment agreement. If they don’t reach a deal by next march Bryant will have to pay the full cost […]


New law protects children from sex offenders

From Channel 10 – PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island lawmakers are set to hear testimony on legislation that would prohibit facilities providing programs and services to children from employing registered sex offenders.