Sine Kerr

Senator Sine Kerr
Senator, Arizona State Senate

Senator Sine Kerr was appointed to the AWBA Commission on February 13, 2023 by Senate President Warren Petersen. Senator Kerr serves as the Senate Majority Whip.

Her district covers portions of western Maricopa County and portions of Yuma County which has large rural and agricultural areas as well as three of the six main military installations in the state and includes approximately 220,000 residents.

Senator Kerr, along with her husband, Bill, have owned and operated their four-generation dairy farm in Buckeye since 1980.  They have four adult children and eleven grandchildren that keep their lives full and exciting.

Senator Kerr has been appointed to serve on the Cattlemen’s Beef Promotion and Research Board at the U.S. Department of Agriculture. All appointed members will serve three-year terms beginning February 2022 and ending February 2025.

She previously served as State Chair of the Arizona Farm Bureau Women’s Leadership Committee, Chair of the Arizona Department of Agriculture’s Food and Policy Advisory Committee, Maricopa County Department of Air Quality Hearing Board, and a member of the Buckeye Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Her passion as a small business and dairy farm owner serves her well on the Senate committees in which she serves: Chair of Natural Resources, Energy, and Water; Chair of Senate Ethics; Member of Rules; Appropriations; Education; Joint Legislative Budget Committee; and Joint Committee on Capitol review.