“Having personally lived in Grant’s Lick, Alexandria, Cold Spring, Ft. Thomas, and Bellevue – it’s very important to me that our local voices are heard at the State Capitol.

As your State Representative, I am deeply committed to championing legislation that benefits our community on many different levels. I am dedicated to listening to your concerns, advocating for your interests, and preserving the unique spirit of Campbell County and Northern Kentucky for many generations to come.

Thank you for your interest in Campbell County’s most-pressing matters. Your continued support ensures that we have an influential seat at the table in Frankfort. God Bless!”

State Representative Mike Clines


  • Mike Clines has really hit it out of the park, funding local projects in House District 68. He helped secure $6.5 million for Holly Hill Child and Family Solutions, plus $5 million for the Ft. Thomas Athletic Complex (a $19 million project).
  • When it comes to local infrastructure and roads, Mike Clines worked to secure $13 million to (1) extend the proposed Pond Creek Road from US-27 to AA Highway, (2) address condition of KY-8 from mile point 15.97 to 19.36, (3) add right turn lanes from AA Highway onto KY 709, and from KY 709 onto AA Highway, (4) study and design a possible roundabout at the intersection of KY 1892 (Grand Ave) and Highland Ave, and (5) study and design a potential southbound truck climbing lane north of KY 709, and reconstruct the intersection of KY 709 and US 27 to allow for adequate turn lanes.
  • Mike Clines has built strong relationships with local and statewide educators as he advocates for enhanced educational opportunities post-COVID. Mike worked to pass, as the primary sponsor, legislation (HB 300) that improves teachers’ due process when their certification and career are in question and that brings better communication and transparency to the Education Professional Standards Board.
  • On Childcare & Economic Development, Mike Clines was the primary co-sponsor of legislation (HB 561) which creates new opportunities for local governments through the Certified Child Care Community Designation Program and the Employee Child Care Assistance Partnership, and consequently, helping to increase the supply of childcare and early childhood education services.
  • As the primary sponsor working to establish the Autism in Education Task Force (HCR 51), Mike Clines led the charge to study autism supports and services provided to K-12 students by Kentucky public schools.
  • Related to Health Care Shortages, Mike Clines was the primary sponsor and worked to pass (HB 361) which supports healthcare workers and encourages them to stay and provide quality care in Kentucky. It amended the Kentucky Board of Medical Licensure to give physician assistants more influence on decisions impacting their careers.