LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- A judge is scheduled to hold a hearing on Monday, Oct. 7 for a lawsuit challenging Republican candidate Daniel Cameron's qualifications to serve as Kentucky's attorney general.
Joseph Jackson, of Louisville, claims Cameron has not been a practicing attorney for the required eight years. Jackson also claims the two years Cameron spent working as a federal law clerk do not count.
Cameron's attorney disagrees with the accusations and says the case is about politics.
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