LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WYMT/WKYT) - The Courier Journal reports a judge ruled Republican Daniel Cameron is eligible to run for Attorney General.
Cameron spent this week in court after a Louisville man, Joseph Jackson complained Cameron does not meet the qualifications for Attorney General.
Jackson's lawyer argued Cameron did not practice law for eight years straight.
Cameron says he believes this was a move by his opponent to question his credibility.
"You can connect the dots. It is very clear that they were concerned on where they stand in the polling, concerned about his opportunity to win this election. folks want someone new in the AG's office. They are tired of the political fights of the past. They are tired of the political tricks of the past, Greg Stumbo represents all of those thing," said Cameron.
A Jefferson Circuit judge ruled Thursday Cameron meets the requirements to run in the Nov. 5 election.