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The proposal passed in the Senate Thursday, sending it to the House. It would shift the statewide elections to even-numbered years starting in 2028.
Daniel Cameron took the oath of office during a ceremony Tuesday in the attorney general's office at the state Capitol.
Kentucky Attorney General-elect Daniel Cameron has made appointments of two attorneys to lead his criminal and civil divisions.
This was not to happen,voters had a different vision.
Cameron is a former U-of-L football player.
Daniel Cameron will be the first Republican in 70 years to be the state's top prosecutor.
It wasn't certain he would get to this night.
The race is between an experienced politician and a political newcomer.
Cameron said there is so much work to be done to fight this epidemic.
Stumbo's biggest argument is that he has "years" of experience.
The ballot includes republican Daniel Cameron and democrat Greg Stumbo.
A new guide to help Kentuckians avoid becoming victim to charity scams was released on Tuesday.
The suit claimed Daniel Cameron had not practiced law for eight years as required under the state constitution and therefore, his name should be removed from the November ballot.
The complaint says the state constitution requires eight years of experience as a "practicing attorney."
AGs are doubling down on recent, successful efforts with phone companies to stop scam calls.
Officials announced Thursday that 51 attorneys general and several major phone companies are working together to stop scam calls.
A bipartisan coalition of 43 attorneys general will send letters to the U.S. streaming industry urging it to take proactive steps to protect young viewers from tobacco imagery in video content.
The Attorney General's office has approved the sale of Passport Health Plan in Louisville.
Attorney General Andy Beshear on Saturday accused Gov. Matt Bevin of jeopardizing any pension-relief measure that might emerge from a special legislative session by trying to dictate the terms of legislation considered by Kentucky lawmakers.
Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes projects 12.5 percent of registered voters will turn out.