Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is on a list of U.S. Supreme Court candidates announced by President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
Cameron is Kentucky’s first African American attorney general. He has attracted national attention for his office’s investigation of Louisville police in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.
Cameron was one of 20 names on Trump’s list that the president said he would choose from if he had future high court vacancies to fill.
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The others are as follows:
– Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas
– Tom Cotton, R-Ark.
– Josh Hawley, R-Mo.
– Bridget Bade, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
– Paul Clement, former U.S. solicitor general
– Stuart Kyle Duncan, 5th Circuit judge
– Stephen Engel, assistant attorney general
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– Noel Francesco, former solicitor general
– James Ho, 5th Circuit judge
– Gregory Katsas, D.C. Circuit judge
– Barbara Lagoa, 11th Circuit judge
– Christopher Landau, U.S. ambassdor to Mexico
– Carlos Muniz, Florida Supreme Court
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– Martha Packold, Northern District of Illinois judge
– Peter Phipps, 3rd Circuit judge
– Sarah Pitlyk, Eastern District of Missouri judge
– Allison Jones Rushing, 4th Circuit judge
– Kate Todd, deputy assistant to the president
– Lawrence Van Dyke, 9th Circuit judge
Cameron said in a release Wednesday that he was honored to be mentioned by the president.
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“I remain focused on serving the people of Kentucky and delivering on my promise to tackle child abuse, human trafficking, the drug epidemic, and other public safety challenges throughout the Commonwealth,” he said.
The Associated Press contributed to this article