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Stephanie Dietz is a lifelong Kentuckian. Stephanie received her undergraduate degree from the University of Kentucky in 1990. She then went on to receive her law degree from Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University in 1994. 

Stephanie created her own small business law practice right here in Northern Kentucky. As an attorney, she represents parties in divorce proceedings, including division of business interests, retirement accounts, and other property, as well as child custody issues. Her experience gives her unique insight into what is most important to Northern Kentucky families. 


Giving back to the community is a big part of Stephanie’s life. As an active member of St. Pius X Church in Edgewood, she was also the Co-Chair of the Red Mass in 2021 and has been active in the St. Thomas More Society of Greater Cincinnati for several years. Stephanie has been heavily involved with her children’s activities, including coaching academic teams and serving as an assistant coach for the Covington Catholic High School Mock Trial Team for five years. Stephanie and her husband Jim have lived in Edgewood, Kentucky for nearly 25 years. It is where they chose to raise their two sons: Avery, a senior at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, and who will be attending law school in the fall, and Alex, a freshman at the University of Kentucky.  


Stephanie’s reputation for focus, fairness, and hard work has gained her respect from law colleagues and the community alike. For 14 years she served as a Board Member for Legal Aid of the Bluegrass,  whose mission is to resolve the most important problems for low income and other vulnerable people by providing high quality legal assistance through direct representation, education, advice, and advocacy. She currently serves as the Vice President of the Northern Kentucky Bar Association  and was elected President of the Academy of Northern Kentucky Collaborative Professionals.

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It is critical that our next representative support local law enforcement and strongly stand against the radical notion of defunding the police. Stephanie is committed to standing behind our men and women in uniform to give them the tools and support they need to keep our communities safe.


Safety also includes modernizing our infrastructure, such as making vital improvements to our roads and bridges. 


Stephanie is focused on ensuring that our children and students are safe in the classroom. This includes finding ways to increase security resources for our schools by working in tandem with local school boards and superintendents to better understand what resources they need. 

Keeping Our Community Safe

Key Issues for Northern Kentucky

Putting Family First

Stephanie knows that families must always come first. This includes ensuring that our children have access to high quality education. Not only do we need to make sure parents are involved in their children's education,  Stephanie believes it is critical that parents are given options for how their children are educated. Whether it be through public schools, private schools, or charter schools,  our children will have brighter futures if parents are given a variety of options for how their children are educated. 


Cancel culture has run rampant across our nation. Stephanie is committed to protecting our kids from the dangerous impacts of cancel culture both on them and how they treat others. 

Stephanie is focused on bringing high-paying jobs to Northern Kentucky. With jobs come opportunities for our families. Additionally, Stephanie will make it a priority to go to Frankfort and fight to lower taxes for all Kentuckians through comprehensive tax reform. Lower taxes will help jumpstart our local economies, creating even more jobs for our region.


Stephanie understands the importance of making every part of the district a priority. This includes amplifying Covington’s urban voice and priorities. Covington is a crucial component for the success of Northern Kentucky.

Creating Opportunities for Northern Kentucky

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