"Ronald L. Rice" is an American Democratic Party (United States)/Democratic Party politician, who has served in the New Jersey New Jersey Senate/State Senate since 1986, where he represents the New Jersey Legislative Districts, 2011 apportionment#District 28/28th Legislative District. While serving in the Senate, Rice has held a variety of different leadership roles including Associate Minority Leader (1998-2001), Assistant Deputy Minority Leader (1994-1997), and Assistant Majority Leader (1990-1991). His son, Ronald C. Rice, is a city councilman in Newark, New Jersey. He is the fourth-most senior senator in the state, behind Richard Codey, Gerald Cardinale, and Raymond Lesniak.

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