About Dorothy Sue Hill

Dorothy Sue Hill currently serves as State Representative for District 32.  This comprises all of Allen Parish, Rural areas of Beauregard Parish and a portion of Calcasieu Parish in the Dequincy area.(See map on this site)

In the Louisiana Legislature, Dorothy Sue serves on the agriculture, forestry, aquaculture and rural development committee.  Dorothy Sue also serves on the Health and Welfare Committees and the Transportation, Highway and Public Works Committee.  In 2014, she was elected Secretary Treasure for the Louisiana Rural Caucus.  Dorothy Sue utilizes her leadership position in this powerful caucus to the benefit of her constituents in District 32.

Dorothy Sue was elected to the House of Representatives of District 32 in 2007.  In 2011 she was re-elected capturing 78% of the total vote.

While in the legislature all sides of an issue are considered prior to making difficult decisions on behalf of her constituents.  Her ability to make good sound judgments in addition to her ability to decipher the details of complex legislation has been recognized by fellow legislators.  As a result, she was recently placed in leadership of the 80 member rural caucus for the 2014-2015 year.

Dorothy Sue Hill’s commitment to fight for school teachers and the education of students has earned her top recognition from teacher groups in Louisiana, including the Louisiana Federation of Teachers and the Louisiana Education Association.  At the end of 2014 she was recognized by Steve Monaghan, President of the Louisiana Federation of Teachers as being at the “Top of the Class” at the LFT’s Convention.  Monaghan said about Hill, “your tireless efforts to undo some of the harmful teacher-blaming, school-robbing “reforms” of the 2012-2013 sessions, your commitment to providing a dignified 

"Your tireless efforts to undo some of the harmful teacher-blaming, school-robbing “reforms” of the 2012-2013 sessions, your commitment to providing a dignified retirement for educators that dedicate their lives to the children of our state and your resolve to allow public employees to spend their hard earned paycheck however they see fit did not go unnoticed."

retirement for educators that dedicate their lives to the children of our state and your resolve to allow public employees to spend their hard earned paycheck however they see fit did not go unnoticed.”  Monaghan went on to state that Dorothy Sue’s “hard work renewed teachers optimism for the future, and inspired educators to keep fighting for all that is right for public education, for our students and for our communities.”

People of District 32 know that Dorothy Sue Hill is a full time State Representative.  She has devoted her life to public service, first as a school teacher and now as a legislator.  She fought the reckless practices of government over the past 8 years which has sent our state into a budget crisis and funding shortfall.  She is a firm believer that government must be responsible, spend money wisely and not betray the trust of its citizens.  She fights against wasteful spending and irresponsible management at the government level.  Dorothy Sue’s unique ability to understand proposed legislation and demand government accountability is the kind of experience we can’t afford to lose in the State Legislature. She is the recipient of the SWLA Economic Development Alliance award for fiscal responsibility in government.

Dorothy Sue Hill will continue to put Louisiana families and workers first.  See the issues page on this site to know where Dorothy Sue stands on specific issues important to Louisiana families.

Biography

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Dorothy Sue has lived in District 32 her entire life.  She was an honor graduate from the Allen Parish School system and received her degree in education from McNeese State University.  She is a retired school teacher having taught in both Allen and Beauregard Parish.  Formerly, she served as chairman of the Allen Council on Aging Advisory Board, the Beauregard 4-H foundation Board and 30 years as clerk for Cherry Grove Baptist Church.  Dorothy Sue comes from a family of avid outdoorsmen and is a longstanding member of the NRA.

Dorothy Sue is married to Herman Ray Hill who is also a retired Beauregard Parish school teacher; together they own T&H Hereford Ranch in Dry Creek, Louisiana.  She and Herman Ray are proud parents and grandparents and actively serve at Cherry Grove Baptist Church in Dry Creek.

Growing up on the family farm Dorothy Sue learned the value of hard work and the dependency upon God at an early age.  She and Herman Ray still live on the family farm which operates as T&H Herefords.

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