“Upon completion of my current term I will have served for 20 years in the General Assembly,” Senator Stine stated, “With so many challenges ahead and all the talent in our district, I want to give someone else the opportunity to continue this important work. I have been blessed and honored to have served the people of our district. I have worked hard for the pro-life cause, conservative fiscal policies, better education, infrastructure, and a safer, more productive community. I have a 92 year old father whose health increasingly demands my attention and look forward to serving in any other way that God may choose for me.”
Senator Stine was first elected in 1994. She is Kentucky’s first female Senate President pro-Tem, and is the vice chair of the Committee on Committees, the Rules Committee, and the Judiciary Committee. She also serves on the Enrollment Committee, the Education Committee, the Health and Welfare Committee, and the Special Subcommittee on Energy. Illustrating her breadth of experience, she has also served on and/or chaired committees such as the Economic Development, Tourism, and Labor Committee, the Program Review and Investigations Committee, the Families and Children Subcommittee, the Natural Resources and Energy Committee, the Student Access to Technology Task Force, the Task Force on Childhood Obesity, the Medicaid Oversight and Advisory Committee, the Veterans, Military Affairs, and Public Protection Committee, and Government Contract Review Committee. Sen Stine represents Bracken, Campbell, and Pendleton counties.