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Tamika Mallory: "In honor of Breonna, Daniel Cameron lost with a mandate."

New York, NY - November 7, 2023 - In a historic election, incumbent Democratic Governor Andy Beshear defeated Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron in the race for Kentucky's top executive office. The New York Times, CNN, and NBC News have all called the race.

Cameron, who was endorsed by former President Donald Trump and is a protege of Sen. Mitch McConnell, was unsuccessful in his bid to become Kentucky's first Black governor. The current attorney general is a controversial figure in Black communities in Kentucky and across the country for his handling of the case involving the Louisville police shooting of Breonna Taylor in 2020. The 26-year-old Black woman was fatally shot by officers serving a no-knock warrant at her apartment. The Republican prosecutor declined to charge the officers who fired the bullets inside Taylor's home during the botched police raid, instead deciding to charge one officer with endangerment for shooting into a neighbor's residence.

Activist Tamika Mallory, who moved her social justice organization, Until Freedom, to Kentucky to register voters across the state and campaign against Cameron's gubernatorial aspiration, issued the following statement in response to the election results:

"Tonight was a good night and an affirmation of the power of organizing. We began this journey fighting for justice for Breonna Taylor and took our protest to building power. In honor of Breonna, Daniel Cameron lost with a mandate."

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