Category:Kentucky Attorneys General

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Attorneys General of Kentucky are those people who have held the office of Attorney General of Kentucky.

The Attorney General of Kentucky is elected for a four year term in the same year as other statewide officers are elected. The Attorney General of Kentucky may succeed himself for one consecutive term.

Various Attorneys General of Kentucky have gone on to hold other offices, including Governor and Lieutenant Governor of Kentucky and to be elected to the United States House of Representatives and United States Senate.

The current Attorney General of Kentucky is Jack Conway, a Democrat elected in 2007.