Kentucky Republican primary voters must decide on Tuesday if GOP-star-in-waiting, Daniel Cameron, will be the one to take on Gov. Andy Beshear, a Democrat who consistently ranks among the most popular governors in the nation, despite leading a state Trump won by roughly 26 points in 2020. He’s running in a crowded field, but is the favorite to win the Republican nomination.

Cameron is Kentucky’s first Black attorney general and the first Republican to occupy the post in seven decades. He enjoys widespread name ID across the state and nationally.