Attorney General Daniel Cameron won the Republican nomination for governor in Kentucky, setting up the highest-profile governor race of 2023.
Cameron, a protégé of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, emerged on top of a GOP field that included Kelly Craft, a Republican megadonor and then-President Donald Trump’s final U.N. ambassador.
If Cameron is elected, he will become Kentucky’s first Black governor.
While Cameron’s political accomplishments and affiliations have been widely discussed, there is another important person in his life who deserves recognition: his wife, Makenze Evans.
GhLinks will delve into the background of Makenze, her relationship with Daniel Cameron, and how many children they have together.
Who is Daniel Cameron’s wife, Makenze Evans?
Makenze Evans is the wife of Daniel Cameron, an American lawyer and politician serving as the 51st Attorney General of Kentucky.
In August 2020, Daniel Cameron and Makenze Evans exchanged vows in a private outdoor ceremony held in August 2020.
Evans, who graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2015, is currently a fifth-grade teacher in Oldham County, Kentucky, according to Heavy.
Makenze, at the time of writing, is currently 30 years old.
Unfortunately, specific details about her family and early life remain undisclosed.
In January 2022, Makenze and Daniel Cameron welcomed their first child, a son.
Daniel Cameron previous Marriage
Before marrying Makenze Evans, Daniel Cameron had been in a previous marriage with Elizabeth Cameron.
The couple tied the knot in 2016, but unfortunately, their marriage ended in divorce in 2017 for reasons that have not been publicly disclosed.
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