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Thursday, December 19, 2019

Rachel Roberts Files for Kentucky House District 67 Open Seat

House Seat Formerly Held by Dennis Keene

Alison Lundergan Grimes, Dennis Keene and Rachel Roberts. 
Today Rachel Roberts (D-Newport) filed to run in the 2020 Primary Election for Kentucky House of Representatives, District 67, recently vacated by former Representative Dennis Keene. Roberts, a Newport business owner and entrepreneur, ran for State Senate in Campbell, Bracken and Pendleton Counties in 2018 against Sen. Wil Schroder.

House District 67 encompasses the cities of Newport, Bellevue, Dayton, Highland Heights, Silver Grove, Melbourne, Woodlawn and portions of Southgate.

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Governor Andy Beshear has not yet called the special election to fill the current term for the open seat.

“We have big shoes to fill with the departure of my friend, Dennis Keene,” said Rachel Roberts. “I will commit myself to continuing the legacy he has created of economic growth, community beautification, infrastructure development, and support for education and teachers. In the coming months when I am talking to voters in the district about my passion for education, training and promoting entrepreneurship, I will also be listening closely to the needs of the district. Together we will continue to have strong representation in the halls of state government in Frankfort.”

According to a release, Roberts received support from Dayton Mayor, Ben Baker, and Highland Heights City Council member, Rene Heinrich.


Roberts is owner of The Yoga Bar studios, which was also voted Best of Northern Kentucky, and she is co-owner of RAKE Strategies, a brand strategy firm.

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