know about Kentucky Attorney General Files for the 2023 Governor’s Race
FRANKFORT, Kentucky (AP) — Kentucky Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron filed papers Wednesday to enter the state’s gubernatorial race in 2023, hoping to take his fights against abortion and the Democratic incumbent’s coronavirus restrictions on the governor’s office.
Cameron, hailed by Republican leaders as a rising star in the party, made history in 2019 as the first African-American to serve as state attorney general. He is now trying to blaze another trail in his attempt to deny Gov. Andy Beshear a second term. But first, Cameron will have to navigate a tough Republican primary that includes other state officials now seeking Kentucky’s top political job.