Rep.-Elect Diane St. Onge looks to bring strong leadership to Frankfort
07/05/2012 03:29 PM
Diane St. Onge will replace Alecia Webb Edgington as State Representative in Northern Kentucky’s 63rd district this January.
St. Onge won the Republican primary and will be unopposed in the general election in November.
Pure Politics Don Weber talked to the attorney, businesswoman, and former Lakeside Park Councilwoman about what she sees as priorities for her district as well as the House in general.
First, she talked about some of the reasons why she decided to run for the open seat to begin with.
St. Onge added that her experience as an attorney will go a long way towards being a successful legislator.
She is also a proponent of Kentucky becoming a right to work state.
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