Promise made, promise kept
Four years ago, Morgan told voters he would work across the aisle to get things done in Frankfort. He kept his word. He's received critically important appointments. He's successfully passed and pushed legislation. He's played an important role on big issues. He's been an eloquent voice for those who need a champion. He's earned a reputation for hard work and bipartisan cooperation. He's already been honored many times for legislative accomplishments.
Preparing for public service
After graduating from duPont Manual High School and the University of Missouri's journalism program, Morgan earned a law degree from the University of Kentucky. Early political experience came in campaigns on behalf of Ben Chandler, whose Washington congressional office he helped to open, and Jack Conway, for whom he focused on consumer protection in the attorney general's office. Morgan began his legal career at Frost, Brown, Todd in Louisville, served as an assistant attorney general in Frankfort and now practices at Morgan & Pottinger, a firm founded by his grandfather. He volunteers in the Louisville Bar Association's Domestic Violence Advocacy Program.