Daniel Jay Cameron is an American politician and a lawyer, he is the attorney General of Kentucky, serving as the state’s first African American in the office. This is following the 2019 general elections on an independent ticket and was then endorsed by President Trump.
Daniel Cameron age
Cameron was born on November 22nd 1985 in Elizabeth town in Kentucky where he grew up together with his family. He is 38 years old. He marks his birthday on 22nd November.
Daniel Cameron family
His father operated a coffee shop, and his mother was a professor at a technical college and Elizabeth town.
Daniel Cameron Education
Cameron attended John Harlin High school and then got a scholarship to join Louisville University where he graduated with Bachelor of Science degree. At the University Brandis School of law, he pursued Juris Doctor degree. He was the president of student Bar Association while in the university.
Daniel Cameron Wife and children
Cameron got married to Elizabeth Cameron in 2016 but broke up in 2017. He later got married for the second time. There is no information on his children.
Daniel Cameron Career
Cameron’s professional career began working at Tatenhove in the Eastern District of New York as a clerk of the feral District judge named Gregory F Van and served him for two years. Additionally, he served Mitch McConnell the Senate Majority leader up to 2017. During the confirmation procedure of the Conservative Federal Judges such as the confirmation of Justice Neil Gorsuch the Supreme Court judge. Later he decided to go back to Louisville to work with a law firm named Frost Brown Todd law firm as a senior associate.
Daniel Cameron politics
About two years later he joined politics and in January 2029 vied for the position of the Attorney General for Kentucky. He managed to win and beating the state senator Wil Schroder by 55.3% of the total votes and was endorsed by President Donald Trump.
Following the November 2019 general elections, he came ahead of the former Attorney general Greg Stumbo. He was the first to vie for the office and won on an independent ticket and the second African American in Kentucky to serve the office in entire state.
His term began in January 2020 which was after the former Attorney general who resigned issued Cameron an Executive Letter of appointment. He was sworn in on March 17th 2020 and are started working in March 27th. He started by coming up with abolition of abortion and was granted to abolish all the abortion clinics in Kentucky by Kentucky legislature but the governor Andy Beshear refused to sign the law.
Daniel Cameron Net worth
Cameron’s net worth is estimated to be at around $13 million.