On Wednesday, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced State Senator Robby Mills as his running mate in the 2023 governor’s race.
Mills has been in the General Assembly for six years. Since 2019, he has served Senate District four, which represents Henderson, Hopkins, Union, and Webster counties. Mills is the chair of the Senate State and Local Government Committee and serves on other committees including Economic Development, Tourism and Labor, Transportation, Natural Resources and Energy, and more. He served in the State House between 2017 and 2018.
It has also been announced that Jacqueline Coleman will again run as lieutenant governor with incumbent Governor Andy Beshear.
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