(WASHINGTON) – Republican voters in Kentucky nominated Hardin County native, conservative Daniel Cameron, to be the Commonwealth’s next attorney general. Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) Chairman and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton released the following statement, congratulating Daniel Cameron on tonight’s Republican primary victory.
“Daniel Cameron is more than qualified to be Kentucky’s next attorney general, having been top of his law school class, clerked for a federal judge, helped coordinate the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch, and practiced law at a firm in Louisville. Daniel Cameron is a conservative who supports the rule of law and President Trump’s America First agenda and when he becomes Kentucky Attorney General, he will reestablish the office’s credibility and work with local law enforcement to make Kentucky safer and stronger. RAGA is fully committed to ensuring Daniel Cameron is Kentucky’s first Republican attorney general since 1948.”
“Daniel Cameron will face Kentucky’s modern-day Boss Hogg, who has been in office longer than Daniel Cameron has been alive. Kentucky will have a clear choice between a fresh face committed to the rule of law and a liberal who has had a lifelong lust for power.”