E. Noret (D) was first elected in November 2018 to the seat in House District
25 in Coventry and West Warwick. He is the first vice chair of the House
Conduct Committee, the first vice chair of the House Education Committee, and the second vice chair of the House Oversight Committee.
Representative Noret is also a member of the
House Judiciary Committee.
the 2023 session, Representative Noret, a former police officer, introduced a
new law that offers new
training options for law enforcement officers in recognizing mental health
2022, he joined with his colleagues in sponsoring legislation to address the state’s
housing crisis, introducing a law that requires Rhode Island Housing to
collect data on the number of Section 8 Housing Choice vouchers which are
received and utilized by each municipality, housing authorities, and agencies.
He also sponsored a new law that gives the Department of Environmental
Management the authority
to regulate the water level behind certain dams in the state. He also
introduced a new law that requires annual
weapons qualifications for correctional officers.
in 2022, Representative Noret was chosen for the Emerging Leaders Program sponsored by the State Legislative Leaders
Foundation, which cultivates the next generation of leaders in state
legislatures who are serving in ether their first or second term.
the 2021 legislative session, Representative Noret co-sponsored a number of
child protection bills, including new laws that put an end to child marriages,
terminate the parental rights of convicted rapists, raises the age to buy
tobacco to 21, and outlaws child erotica.
was named the 2023 Grand Marshal of the Rhode Island Day of Portugal Parade and
festivities for his commitment to promoting the culture and heritage of
Portuguese-Americans. He spearheaded the
effort to provide state assistance for the Luso-American Veterans Memorial
Monument, unveiled in 2023 at the Rhode Island Veterans Cemetery in Exeter.
Noret served in the Rhode Island Air National Guard, 143rd Airlift Wing from
1990 to 1994. While serving, Representative Noret accepted a position with the
Coventry Police Department where he served his community for 20 years, retiring
retirement, he accepted a position as a Tax Investigator with the Rhode Island
Division of Taxation’s Special Investigation Unit. He was previously employed by the Greater
Providence YMCA as the executive director of the South County branch.
from Bishop Hendricken High School in 1987. He earned an associate’s degree in
business and law enforcement from the Community College of Rhode Island in 1991
and a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from Roger Williams University in
and his family are members of the St. Anthony Parish in West Warwick. He has
also spent several years coaching in the West Warwick Basketball League.
Recently, Noret became a member of Club Frontenac and was sworn in as a member
of the American Legion, Post 2. Born January 21, 1969, he and his wife Julie
Aimee (Landroche) Noret have two daughters, Addison and Robbie, and celebrated
25 years of marriage.