LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WBKO/WAVE) -- Days after the Kentucky Fraternal Order of Police chooses Republican Daniel Cameron as their pick for Kentucky's next attorney general, a lawsuit seeks to remove him from the ballot.
The suit, filed in Jefferson County, claims Cameron lacks the required eight years experience as a practicing attorney.
The Kentucky Bar Association admitted Cameron in 2011. He spent the next two years as a clerk for a U.S. district judge.
A spokesperson for Cameron said the claim has already been debunked.
Cameron's opponent in the November election is Greg Stumbo.