Leadership from Northern Kentucky’s three largest counties support the former U.S. Attorney in his bid for KY Attorney General
CRESTWOOD, Ky. (Dec. 14, 2022) – Kentucky Attorney General Candidate Russell Coleman announced a large group of endorsements from Northern Kentucky law enforcement and county leaders this week. Top officials from Boone, Kenton and Campbell counties joined his growing list of more than 100 endorsements from public officials across the state.
“Russell Coleman is the exact kind of leader Kentucky needs in the Attorney General’s Office,” said Kenton County Attorney Stacy Tapke. “Northern Kentucky, like many parts of our Commonwealth, is no stranger to the problems of violent crime and illegal drugs. Russell has the experience, relationships and knowledge to help us fight these critical battles.”
Notably, Coleman’s latest round of endorsements features a clean sweep of the County Judge Executives in Northern Kentucky’s three largest counties. These three Judge Executives serve as valuable partners in battling many of Kentucky’s public safety issues.
With support from law enforcement leaders from every corner of the commonwealth and the State FOP, Coleman’s message of cracking down on violent criminals is resonating with leaders. Coleman is committed to working with local leaders to make sure Kentucky communities are a safe place to live, work and raise a family.
“Russell Coleman is the best choice to be our state’s next top cop. His ability to forge relationships between law enforcement and other community leaders is exactly the type of experience we need in the Attorney General’s office. I look forward to working with him to improve the quality of life for every Kentuckian” said Boone County Judge Executive Gary W. Moore.
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