KENTUCKY Attorney General, Daniel Cameron, is married to Makenze Evans.

On May 16, 2023, the 37-year-old politician won the Republican nomination for Kentucky governor.

Who is Daniel Cameron's wife?

In August 2020, Daniel Cameron and Makenze Evans tied the knot in a private outdoor ceremony.

Mitch McConnell attended the wedding, according to the Courier Journal.

Cameron was criticized for holding a wedding celebration during the coronavirus pandemic.

Evans graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2015 and is a 30-year-old fifth-grade teacher in Oldham County, Kentucky, according to Heavy. 

The pair share one son together, whom they welcomed back in January 2022.

Cameron was previously married to Elizabeth Cameron. The pair tied the knot in 2016 but ended up divorcing in 2017 for unknown reasons.

Who is Daniel Cameron?

Cameron is the first African-American attorney general of Kentucky. 

He is also the first Republican to hold the office since 1944.

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Cameron won a scholarship in high school to attend college named in honor of Senator McConnell.

He went on to attend the University of Louisville and graduated in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science.

In 2011, he graduated from Brandeis School of Law with a Juris Doctor and shortly after got a clerkship position to serve as McConnell’s legal counsel.

Cameron ran for Attorney General in 2019 and defeated State Senator Wil Schroder in the primaries and was endorsed by President Trump.

In the general election, he defeated Democratic former Attorney General Greg Stumbo and assumed office in January of this year.

He presided over the Breonna Taylor case and ruled that the officers involved would not face charges for her death.

Is Daniel Cameron running for Kentucky governor?

In early May 2023, Cameron filed his paperwork to launch a run for Kentucky governor.

On May 16, 2023, it was announced that he had won the Republican primary on Tuesday, becoming the first major-party Black nominee for governor in the state's history.

He is set to go up against Democratic incumbent, Andy Beshear, in November.

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If Cameron is elected, he will become Kentucky's first Black governor.


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