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Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear

Andy Beshear was elected Kentucky’s 50th Attorney General in November of 2015. Prior to his election, Andy spent more than a decade in private practice, where he was recognized as one of the Best Lawyers in America four consecutive years. His practice focused on complex litigation, consumer and nonprofit law.

As Attorney General, Andy is committed to aggressively addressing child and drug abuse, better protecting seniors, and eliminating Kentucky's rape kit backlog. By partnering with local, state and federal leaders, Attorney General Beshear and his dedicated and experienced staff have pledged to work tirelessly to protect all Kentuckians by serving the Commonwealth with the highest ethical standard.

Andy and his wife, Britainy, have two young children. His family attends Beargrass Christian in Louisville, a Disciples of Christ church, where both Andy and Britainy serve as deacons. He is the son of former Gov. Steve Beshear and former First Lady Jane Beshear. He received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University, and his law degree from the University of Virginia.





In the News

Attorney General warns of rental scams

KRQE News 13- 1/25/16

The state's attorney general says there's been a rise in reports of Craigslist rental scams all around New Mexico.

Oregon Attorney General Seeks More Funding For Elder Abuse Cases

Boise State Public Radio- 1/22/15

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum wants state lawmakers to fund three elder abuse positions in the Oregon Department of Justice.

Andy Beshear sworn into office

The Courier-Journal – 1/4/16

Although Kentucky's new governor and lieutenant governor took office a month ago, the candidates for five lower statewide elective posts assumed their new offices Monday during an hour-long ceremony at the Capitol.

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