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Through the financial contributions of member dentists, RIDA PAC supports state candidates who understand the importance of dentistry and its contribution to overall health. Regardless of party affiliation, RIDA PAC supports candidates who will advocate for dentists and patients. 

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Your support helps gives dentists One Voice United in Providence.
Visit the RIDA Legislative Action Center to get involved.
Join Rhode Island dentists and dental students, in Providence, to advocate for your patients and profession.

Welcome from the RIDA PAC Chair

On behalf of the Rhode Island Dental Political Action Committee (RIDA PAC), I am pleased to welcome you to the RIDA PAC homepage.

RIDA PAC is a bipartisan PAC that truly believes in the old adage “We Support Those Who Support Us”; regardless of party affiliation.

Your PAC gives dentists a voice in the public policy arena on behalf of your practice, your patients, and your profession. It is our most powerful resource in making a difference at the Statehouse.

Your RIDA PAC Board is committed to providing complete transparency to our members regarding PAC financial information, activities, and accomplishments.

This website shows the many different aspects of RIDA PAC and why it is important for you to become a contributing member. The RIDA PAC Board needs your commitment in order for us to achieve our goal of becoming one of the largest voices at the Statehouse. And through RIDA PAC, we give dentists “One Voice” in Rhode Island.

Thank you for your continued support, allowing us to continue promoting growth, and advancing the future of dentistry.


Dr. Steve Brown

RIDA PAC Chairman

Contributions to RIDA PAC are not tax deductible for federal or state income tax purposes. Contributions to RIDA PAC are for political purposes. All contributions to RIDA PAC are voluntary. Rhode Island law requires political action committees (PACs) to report the name, home address, and name and location of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $100 in a calendar year. Contributions to an individual PAC cannot exceed $1000 per calendar year. Rhode Island law also strictly prohibits corporate contributions or personal contributions made that are ultimately reimbursed by the employer.