Patricia Morgan

Born:August 25, 1950 (age 73)
Career:Rhode Island State House of Representatives, 2011-2019 and 2021-present
State:Rhode Island
Education:BA, Kent State University
MA, Rhode Island College

Patricia Morgan is a member of the Rhode Island House of Representatives, serving from 2011-2019 and again from 2021-present. She was a 2018 Republican candidate for Rhode Island governor, losing in the primary.

Morgan was born in Ohio on August 25, 1950. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Kent State University, an Me.D. from Rhode Island College, and a principal's certificate from Providence College. She spent her early career as a teacher and a small business owner.

Morgan’s political career started in 2004 when she ran for the Rhode Island State House of Representatives. She spent the next 15 years in the Rhode Island House of Representatives holding various roles such as minority leader and deputy minority leader.

While in the Rhode Island House of Representatives, Mayhew served as the minority leader from January 2017 through October 2018, the first woman to hold that position for Rhode Island.

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