State Representative Pamela Stevenson Announces Bid for Attorney General

Photo Credit: State Representative Pamela Stevenson Facebook page

Louisville lawmaker Rep. Pamela Stevenson has filed to run for Kentucky’s Attorney General, making her the first black woman to contest for the office. Stevenson, a Democrat, was recently re-elected to represent Kentucky’s 43rd House District for a second term.

Stevenson, a U.S. Air Force veteran, joins former U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman, a Republican, as just the second candidate to enter the Attorney General race in 2023. Current Attorney General Daniel Cameron opted against seeking a second term and instead is running for governor in a crowded GOP primary.

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