Daniel Cameron, Allison Ball Serve As Co-Signers
FRANKFORT, Kentucky – Following his historic string of successes as Majority Leader, Senator Mitch McConnell today filed as a candidate for re-election in 2020. Kentucky Attorney General-elect Daniel Cameron and State Treasurer Allison Ball – both of whom contributed to the complete GOP sweep of the Commonwealth’s Constitutional offices last month – served as the co-signers for Senator McConnell’s declaration.
A relentless fighter for Kentuckians and the values they hold dear, McConnell’s mounting list of achievements as the longest-serving Senate Republican Leader in the history of the United States includes the rebirth of Kentucky’s hemp industry, delivering millions to combat the opioid epidemic, saving the Supreme Court for a generation, ushering through more than 150 judicial confirmations, as well as once-in-a-generation tax cuts for Kentucky families. Meanwhile, with more than $9 million cash on hand, the grassroots force behind the battle-tested Team Mitch campaign operation is ready to work as hard as the rock-ribbed Kentucky leader whose efforts have fundamentally reshaped the courts, revamped the tax code, slashed red tape, and strengthened our military.
“Serving the people of Kentucky continues to be the honor of my lifetime and I am proud to officially file for re-election as President Trump’s partner to Make America Great Again,” said Senator McConnell. “Because the gulf between Washington Democrats and Kentuckians couldn’t be wider, the gravity of the 2020 election couldn’t be greater. At stake is whether to open our borders or build the wall, whether to pass the job-killing Green New Deal or protect our Commonwealth’s coal communities, as well as whether to kick Americans off of their employer-based health insurance or keep what works. The path to stopping such extreme liberal schemes runs right through Kentucky – right through this race. I look forward to continuing the fight against the socialist agenda adopted and adored by all entrants of the growing Democrat primary.”