Jack Conway


While gubernatorial debate season might not have officially begun in Kentucky, the Republican and Democratic nominees have already made a joint appearance.

Conway, Grimes Sail To Nominations

May 19, 2015

Attorney General Jack Conway has easily won the Democratic nomination for Kentucky governor.


Attorney General and presumptive Democratic gubernatorial nominee Jack Conway has some strong words for a Republican lawmaker who criticized his job performance on the Senate floor during the closing hours of the 2015 legislative session.

Kentucky Retirement Systems is set to receive $23M as part of a history-making settlement between the Justice Department and Bank of America.

Conway First Democrat To Enter 2015 Governor's Race

May 6, 2014
Ky Office of Attorney General

Democratic Attorney General Jack Conway says he is running for governor in 2015.

Beshear Hires Private Firm In Same-Sex Marriage Legal Case

Mar 13, 2014

Gov. Beshear contracted with a private law firm to represent him in appealing a judge's decision allowing state recognition of same-sex marriages.

Ky. Homeowners Receive $55.5M in Settlement Relief

Feb 26, 2013

FRANKFORT, Ky. - More than $55.5 million in relief has gone to hundreds of Kentucky homeowners in the national mortgage foreclosure settlement.
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway said in a statement that a recent report from the independent settlement monitor also indicates that mortgage servicers were processing more than $2 million in additional claims for Kentucky borrowers, for a total of $57.5 million.
The 1,562 borrowers received an average of $35,534. The relief was provided by Ally/GMAC, Bank of America, Citi, Chase and Wells Fargo through Dec. 31.

FRANKFORT, Ky. - Hundreds of Kentuckians who have been through foreclosure or are struggling with high mortgage payments are getting help from the national mortgage foreclosure settlement.

WASHINGTON - Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway was in the nation’s capital Thursday to testify about prescription drug diversion in the Commonwealth.

Conway told lawmakers at a subcommittee hearing of the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee that prescription drug monitoring programs – or PDMPs -- are underutilized.

“If you want to know what you can do to help, help us get all 50 states up with PDMPs and with systems that talk to one another. We can do our jobs if we can get those systems up and running and if we can get the doctors to use them.”