Skip to comments.Republican Attorney General candidate attends hearing to take him off ballot
Posted on 10/08/2019 7:20:44 PM PDT by Republican Wildcat
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - A Louisville man wants Republican Attorney General candidate Daniel Cameron off the ballot. Joseph Jackson filed a complaint saying Cameron does not meet the qualifications to run to represent the people of Kentucky.
Joseph Jackson filed a complaint saying Cameron does not meet the qualifications to run to represent the people of Kentucky. Joseph Jackson filed a complaint saying Cameron does not meet the qualifications to run to represent the people of Kentucky. (Source: Phylicia Ashley, WAVE 3 News) Cameron made it clear at court Monday, that he believes the complaint is nothing but a political ploy and said he knows Democratic Attorney General candidate Greg Stumbo is behind it all.
Ben Gastel, Jacksons lawyer, argued that Cameron has not been practicing law or had consistent clients for eight years straight. Following the hearing, Cameron said in a past case similar to his the court said a candidate needed to have a license for eight years and he's been qualified and practiced law for longer than that. Cameron said his opponent, Stumbo timed this out just a month before the election to try and hinder his success.
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This should be a no-brainer, but they no doubt shopped to file this case before a judge they believe they can manipulate into making a bone-headed ruling.
Pending a ruling before the judge...
Last gasp of the dying KY Derp State. Stumpy should’ve been in prison long ago. He knows he’s losing badly.
Joseph Jackson filed a complaint saying Cameron does not meet the qualifications to run to represent the people of Kentucky.
Its from Wave 3 so of course it had to be in triplicate. Or maybe theyre like me. I repeat myself when Im under stress. I repeat myself when Im under stress. I repeat myself...
Kentucky’s Attorneys General have a sordid past of nepotism and trading tax dollars for private sector jobs. AG candidate Stumbo is a prime example. He has been in and out of Kentucky politics for 30 years, mixing private and public work to enrich himself and his friends. Friends like Mr. Lundergan, who was recently found guilty of federal illegal campaign contributions and who happens to be the father of Kentucky’s Secretary of State.
This Kentucky circuit court ruling is one of the few times when the dirty politics of our AG’s was brought to light. Nobody went to jail or was fined but a few rich law practice’s work was pro bono.
The circuit court was eventually affirmed by The Ky Supreme Court.
If you read the ruling note that Stumbo worked for Morgan and Morgan during the period litigated.
I usually catch things like that - when highlighting there was a caption under a photo with the same text as the article that also apparently highlighted.
If Stumbo does not win, the Lundergan establishment will be completely out of power...for the first time in...decades, I believe.
Well they got a judge in Jefferson County. That’s not good.
The longer I live here the more I despise the Democrats in this state. They really do expand the meaning of scumbags.
He'll be disqualified by this judge. That's why it was filed in the democrat stronghold of Louisville.
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