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The Attorney General of Kentucky is currently Republican Daniel Cameron. Cameron's predecessor, Democrat Andy Beshear, resigned from the post on December 10, 2019 to be sworn in as Governor of Kentucky.
A 1992 amendment to the Kentucky Constitution permits the Attorney General of Kentucky to serve two consecutive terms. (Ky.Const. § 93). The Attorney General appoints a deputy and various Assistants to the Attorney General, who have the power to act on his behalf.
Daniel Cameron (Republican Party)Kentucky / Attorney generalDaniel Jay Cameron is an American lawyer and politician serving as the 51st Attorney General of Kentucky. He is the first Republican elected to the office since 1944, and the first African-American Attorney General of Kentucky. Wikipedia
The Attorney General is the chief law officer of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and all of its departments, commissions, agencies, and political subdivisions, and the legal adviser of all state officers, departments, commissions, and agencies, and when requested in writing shall furnish to them his written opinion ...
Phone NumbersMain switchboard. 502-696-5300.Main fax number. 502-564-2894.Consumer Protection switchboard. 502-696-5389.Rate Intervention switchboard. 502-696-5453.
According to Heavy, she is a fifth-grade teacher at Kenwood Station Elementary School. In a letter to the Oldham Era newspaper, Makenze discussed how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the lives of many students and teachers, explaining how they have adapted to the new teaching system.
Attorney General of KentuckyTerm lengthFour years, two term limitInaugural holderGeorge Nicholas 1792FormationKentucky ConstitutionSalary$124,113.604 more rows
He lives in Louisville with his wife and son.
County Attorney Mike O'Connell.
Kentucky House of RepresentativesLeadershipSpeakerDavid Osborne (R) since January 8, 2019Speaker Pro TemporeDavid Meade (R) since January 8, 2019Majority LeaderSteven Rudy (R) since January 5, 202124 more rows