John P. Donegan Ward 3

Charir of Claims Committee
Finance Commitee
Rules Committee

John was born June 19, 1990, in Queens, NY, and shortly thereafter moved back to his Mother’s hometown, Cranston, when his parents secured teaching jobs at local public schools. He is a life-long Cranston resident, a graduate of La Salle Academy, earned a Bachelor’s degree in History and Philosophy from Assumption College, and a Master’s degree in American and Modern European History from Providence College. John works for Travelers Insurance as a subrogation claim professional. John lives in the Stadium neighborhood with his wife Laura, a science teacher.

In November 2018, John was elected to his first term representing Ward 3, and reelected in November 2020. John was elected by the Democratic Caucus to serve as Council Minority Leader for the 2021-2022 term.

John is an advocate for social justice, equity, good government reforms, and our environment. As a City Councilor, he promises to continue to amplify the voices of working families and marginalized communities; combat systemic racism; help build a more equitable and inclusive community; work to make our city government more accessible and transparent; work to make our schools safer and more enriching places of learning; support a better framework to grow our local economy and boost small businesses; fight to improve housing affordability and housing standards; protect our environment and combat climate change; focus on quality of life issues facing our neighborhoods; and continue to be an honest, accessible, and transparent representative for Ward 3 on the Cranston City Council.

Contact the Council Member:
Address: 60 Packard St. Cranston, RI 02910
Phone: (401) 644-2403 (C)