The Higher Education of the Next Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Kentucky


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On Tuesday, November 5, voters in Kentucky ousted the incumbent Republic governor who was supported by President Trump. In 2016, Trump carried the state by 30 percentage points. But voters in Kentucky also elected the first Republican in 70 years to serve as attorney general. Daniel Cameron is the first African American in history to be elected individually to statewide office in Kentucky. Cameron grew up in Hardin County, Kentucky. He played football at the University of Louisville. After completing his undergraduate degree, Cameron remained at the university to earn a juris doctorate. In law...