Kentucky: AG Cameron Opens with Lead: A Meeting Street Kentucky statewide poll (1/9-11; 500 KY likely Republican primary voters; live interview & text) gives Attorney General Daniel Cameron a strong opening advantage for the party nomination in the May primary election. In a field of a dozen candidates vying for the opportunity of challenging Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear in November, AG Cameron is staked to an early 39-8-8% lead over state Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles and former UN Ambassador Kelly Craft.
Mr. Cameron is clearly the most well known and positively viewed of the GOP candidates. His favorable recognition and positive image among the Republican voter sample was 62% as compared to Mr. Quarles’ 28% and Ms. Craft’s 22%. In 2019, Mr. Cameron was elected Attorney General with a 58-42% victory margin.
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