Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron Wins GOP Gubernatorial Nomination

  • Daniel Cameron, attorney general of Kentucky, won the Republican nomination for governor and will face Democrat incumbent Gov. Andy Beshear in the November general election.
  • Cameron, who succeeded Beshear as attorney general, is Kentucky’s first black attorney general, and would be the state’s first black governor, if elected.
  • In increasingly red Kentucky, Cameron, 37, won fans for his numerous legal challenges against state and national Democratic policies, including Beshear’s severe COVID restrictions.


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