Deanna Frazier was raised in Madison County and became a successful business owner, mother of two, and wife who gets results for our community.
Frazier graduated from Madison Central High School and Eastern Kentucky University and went on to start a business centered around hearing health care. After much hard work, her business took off creating dozens of jobs for Central Kentuckians. It’s her business principles of listening more and talking less that Frazier takes with her to Frankfort as she fights for the families of Madison County.
As a health care professional, Frazier has focused her time in Frankfort on combatting the drug epidemic, fighting for criminal justice reform, working with law enforcement by providing them with the tools and resources necessary to keep our community safe, and bringing our fair share of tax dollars back to the district for roads and economic development projects.
As a small-business owner, Frazier is particularly focused on creating economic opportunities in Madison County so our children can enter the workforce or start a job right here at home. She believes it starts with creating a favorable tax climate where businesses are rewarded for creating jobs instead of punished with endless government red-tape. And it means we need to focus on putting more resources into the classroom so our teachers, one of the most important influencers in our children’s lives, have the tools to teach.