Who is Daniel Cameron’s ex-wife Elizabeth?

KENTUCKY Attorney General Daniel Cameron is from Elizabethtown and was previously married to Elizabeth Cameron for a year.

The couple tied the knot in 2016 but divorced shortly thereafter for undisclosed reasons.

Daniel Cameron was born in Elizabethtown, Kentucky


Daniel Cameron was born in Elizabethtown, KentuckyPhoto credit: Getty Images – Getty

Who is Daniel Cameron’s ex-wife Elizabeth and when did they get married?

Attorney General Daniel Cameron was previously married to Elizabeth Cameron.

The couple tied the knot back in 2016 but divorced a year later for unknown reasons.

Very little is known about his ex-wife as Cameron tends to keep his private life private and stay away from his political limelight.

When did Daniel Cameron remarry?

In August 2020, Cameron married Makenze Evans in a private, outdoor ceremony.

Meet Daniel Cameron's wife Makenze Evans
Who is Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron?

Senator Mitch McConnell reportedly traveled to Louisville to attend the wedding.

At the time, Cameron was criticized for holding a celebration during the coronavirus pandemic.

Cameron and Evans have a son together.

Where is Daniel Cameron from?

Cameron — who is running for Kentucky governor beginning May 2023 — hails from Elizabethtown, Kentucky.

His mother was a professor at Elizabethtown Community and Technical College and his father owned a local coffee shop.

He currently resides in Louisville and serves as the state’s Attorney General.

Cameron is Kentucky’s first African-American attorney general and the first Republican to hold the office since 1944.

Daniel Cameron and his current wife Makenze Evans have a son together


Daniel Cameron and his current wife Makenze Evans have a son togetherCredit: Instagram/danieljaycameron

He ran for attorney general in 2019, defeated state senator Wil Schroder in the primary and was endorsed by President Trump.

Cameron also led the Breonna Taylor case and decided that the officers involved would not be charged in her death.

If elected governor, Cameron will become the first black governor of Kentucky.


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