Steven (Steven) Rudy (R-SH001)
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Kentucky Legislature
Room 302 Capitol Annex 702 Capitol Avenue
Frankfort, KY 40601

District Office:
350 Peppers Mill Drive
Paducah, KY 42001
Elected: 2004    Next Election: 2024
DOB: 8/9/1978
Counties Representing
Ballard / Carlisle / Fulton / Hickman / McCracken


Steven Rudy is truly a citizen legislator at heart, serving as State Representative in Frankfort while also never forgetting the people back home. Shaped by his rural upbringing, he has consistently fought for the conservative values he shares with the people of West Kentucky, most importantly the unwavering right to human life and defense of the Second Amendment. His time in a leadership position has been marked by Kentucky becoming the most pro-life state in the nation, job creation and fiscal responsibility, and the Purchase Region having a strong seat at the table in Frankfort. A lifelong conservative, he represents the 1st House District in Frankfort, which includes Ballard, Carlisle, Fulton, Hickman and part of McCracken Counties. In his role as chairman of the powerful House Appropriations and Revenue Committee, he has worked to craft two fiscally responsible budgets that rectified many errors of the past. Both of his budgets have provided full funding to the pensions of teachers, law enforcement and state workers while declining to fund the pensions of politicians. He has prioritized cutting wasteful spending in order to keep the state's promises, investing in education and economic development, and ensuring that more money goes toward important school safety improvements. Rudy is running for reelection as State Representative in order to build on the progress he has made for conservatism in Frankfort. This includes continuing to protect the life of the unborn, creating jobs and lowering income taxes, fighting against unconstitutional gun control measures and strengthening safety in Kentucky's schools. He also pledges to continue his effort to fully fund Kentucky's pension systems, cut wasteful spending and limit executive power. Rudy is a resident of Paducah and works for his family business, Rudys Farm Center in Kevil, which specializes in agriculture and industrial sales. He has been married to his wife Jessica for 15 years and is the proud father of ten-year-old Maddie.