A senator must be at least 30 years old, a citizen of Kentucky, and must have lived in the state at least six years immediately preceding an election. A senator must live in the district for at least one year prior to election. Senators are elected for four-year terms, with half the Senate elected every two years.
There are 38 total districts represented.
2019 KENTUCKY STATE SENATORS
This map of Kentucky includes images of each state senator and the district he/she represents as well as party affiliation.
WHO IS MY STATE SENATOR?
Knowing where you live and what district you fall in allows you to make contact with your state senator and make your voice heard! The link below takes you to the Kentucky Legislative Research Commission website. Simply type in your address to be provided with your current legislator.
I KNOW WHO THEY ARE, NOW HOW DID THEY VOTE?
Based on our 2019 Legislative agenda. How did your senator vote? Take a look!
The voting record provided is on the final vote cast in the Senate.
For details on each individual bill and the process it went through, including amendments applied/removed and comprehensive voting record go to:
From the page entitled “Legislative Record Online,” scroll to “Bill Status Information.” Click on the link to the Senate or House bill or Senate or House resolution. Find the bill or resolution number that interests you and click on its link. The roll call votes will appear at the bottom of the page at a link called “Vote History.”