Get to Know Daniel Elliott
Daniel Elliott has called Forkland, Kentucky, home since 1993. Raised in a Christian household, Elliott points to his upbringing as the foundation that has guided his life choices.
Elliott became an attorney in 2011 after passing the Kentucky Bar Exam and is in private practice in Danville, Kentucky. His law degree was earned from the University of Louisville School of Law. Prior to his successful law career, Elliott graduated from Boyle County High School and graduated magna cum laude from Bellarmine University with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science. He interned in the United States Senate in Washington, DC, by serving U.S. Senator Jim Bunning of Kentucky during college and he clerked for the Commonwealth Attorney’s office in law school.
As a lawyer, Elliott represents children, parents, and individuals without a voice and with nowhere else to turn. His practice areas include: Criminal Defense, Domestic Relations, Estates, General Practice, Personal Injury, Workers’ Compensation, Administrative Law, and Social Security Disability. Elliott was nominated to run for a vacancy in District 54. He strives to take his work experience to Frankfort and stand up for the working families of Boyle and Casey Counties. Elliott hopes to bring common sense leadership to the Capitol and work towards a more efficient, responsive, transparent, and accountable state government.
Daniel Elliott attends Bradfordsville United Methodist Church, and has volunteered for many years in the Forkland Festival, in Forkland where he lives.