A resident of Taylor Mill, Kim Moser has spent her adult life supporting public health groups and pushing for stronger collaboration between each branch of government on local, state, and national levels. She believes strongly in the power of effective communication to get things done for her neighbors and residents within House District 64. She has a vision for finding practical solutions by listening, understanding, and working across the aisle.
Kim has been serving Campbell and Kenton County since her election in 2016 and she is known for promoting legislation that gets to the root of our issues. Her accomplishments have run the gamut from economic growth to supporting our education system and solving complex health care issues. Kim works hard to preserve our conservative values with a common-sense approach to government.
Kim and her husband, Neal, have been married for over 35 years. They have five sons and two grandchildren. She serves as chair of the house Health and Family Services Committee.