Attorney General Russell Coleman

On November 7,  2023, Russell Coleman was elected the 52nd Attorney General of Kentucky, winning 117 out of 120 counties. 
Prior to that, Coleman spent most of the past two decades in public service, focused on protecting families from violent crime, national security threats, and the effects of the drug epidemic. In 2017, he was nominated by President Trump and unanimously confirmed by the Senate to be the United States Attorney for the Western District of Kentucky. In that capacity, he was the chief federal law enforcement officer for Kentucky's 53 western counties ranging from its most populous to some of its most rural.   
Coleman previously served as a Partner in the law firm of Frost, Brown, Todd in Lou​isville, as a prosecutor in the Oldham Commonwealth’s Attorney's Office, and as Legal Counsel to U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell.
A former FBI Special Agent, he was assigned to multiple domestic field offices, and served a temporary assignment in Anbar Province, Iraq in support of the Global War on Terror.  
Coleman was raised in Graves, Daviess, and Logan Counties, graduating from Logan County High School. He received both his undergraduate and law degrees from the University of Kentucky.  
Russell lives in Oldham County with his wife, Ashley, and their three  children. The Colemans are Members of Southeast Christian Church and he serves on the Kentucky State Police Foundation Board.
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