State government has a direct impact on the lives of Kentucky’s citizens. From health care to education to environmental issues, your state lawmakers make decisions that affect you and your family. But how much do you know about what happens in the state house and senate chambers?
Use this Kentucky Government Guide to find answers to your questions.
Bills passed in the state legislature directly impact your day-to-day life, but how much do you know about how Kentucky's government works?
Find out about the different branches of government, who’s who in Kentucky's government, and how you can reach your lawmaker.
The Kentucky Legislature is made up of a Kentucky Senate and a Kentucky House of Representatives. Each Kentucky resident has a state senator and state representative that represents them in Frankfort.
Below are the maps for the Kentucky House and Senate districts. You can zoom in and maneuver each map to where you live. Then, hover your cursor over the district in your area to find your legislator. Click on the district to go to that legislator's website.
Not sure which district is yours? You can look up all your representatives by going to the Kentucky Legislature Website and typing in your address.
Every year, important legislation is filed in the Kentucky House and Senate. With only a maximum of 30 days in the legislative session, not all of them make it up for debate.
Do you have an issue that's important to you? Keep tabs on what your lawmakers are talking about so you can be in the know.
Your lawmakers like to use Twitter more and more to make big announcements, give updates on their bills, and share their opinions on a wide variety of subjects.
Our live feed helps you keep track of all our lawmakers in one place so you always know what is happening.
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