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"I am humbled to have been asked to serve alongside Daniel Cameron"

Meet Robby

As a legislator, Mills works to stand up for Kentucky values, increase the confidence of citizens in their government, and make a difference in the lives of everyday hardworking Kentuckians, especially in the western part of the state. 

If elected as Lieutenant Governor, Robby Mills would be the only constitutional officer who lives west of I-65, giving western Kentucky a seat at the table.

“I am humbled to have been asked to serve alongside Daniel Cameron as Lieutenant Governor for the Commonwealth of Kentucky,” Mills said. “When the General Assembly passed laws that limited Beshear’s overreaching powers and reflected the will of our constituents, Daniel successfully defended those laws. It is imperative we have leadership in Kentucky who will actually work with the General Assembly on real solutions.”  

Mills has served in the Kentucky Senate from the 4th district since 2019, when he defeated longtime state senator and Senate Minority Leader Dorsey Ridley by 484 votes. In 2022, Mills won re-election with a whopping 66 percent of the vote.

Mills also served in the Kentucky House of Representatives from the 11th district from 2017 to 2018, and as a City Commissioner in Henderson from 1998 to 2016.

As Chairman of the Senate State & Local Government Committee, he has a proven ability to work with members of both parties, in both chambers, to deliver results.

In the wake of the devastating 2021 tornadoes, which hit western Kentucky hard, Robby Mills was one of the architects of the plan to rebuild western Kentucky. 

Robby has also fought for Kentucky’s coal industry, passing legislation to stand up to the ESG movement and increasing the reliability of the electrical grid. 

Robby Mills led the charge with Riley Gaines to pass the “Save Our Women’s Sports” Act, which banned boys from competing in girls’ sports.

He fought for years to protect children from life-altering puberty blockers and irreversible gender surgeries. 

Robby passed Kentucky’s Photo ID to vote law and also passed legislation requiring a mandatory transition to paper ballots by 2024 and placing voting machines under video surveillance while stored. 

Robby’s experience in the private sector includes running Nu-Look Cleaners, a business that’s been in his family for more than 50 years. A man of strong faith, Mills has participated in 25 mission trips across the globe.

Robby lives in Henderson with his wife Vickie. He and Vickie are the proud parents of Caleb (Hannah), Chelsea, and Noah and grandparents to Halle.

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