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Featured Attorney General

Viriginia Attorney General Mark Herring

On December 20th, the Virignia recount officially ended and again Mark Herring was delcared winner of the 2013 Virginia Attorney General race.

Attorney General Herring pledges to put Virginia law first instead of extreme ideology, and pledges to be a champion of public safety, vetern services, civil rights and consumer and small business protection.

After serving for seven years in the state legislature, Attorney General Herring is Virginia's first Democratic attorney general in 20 years.

Click here to learn more about Attorney General Mark Herring.

 

 

 

 

 

In the News

Brian Frosh wins Md.'s Democratic attorney general nomination

Washington Post – 6/25/14

State Sen. Brian E. Frosh swept to a come-from-behind victory Tuesday after trailing badly just four months ago in the three-way contest for the Democratic nomination for Maryland attorney general.

Poll shows two candidates for Md. attorney general are locked in a tight battle

Washington Post - 6/11/14

A veteran Maryland lawmaker and a relative newcomer with a familiar name are locked in a tight battle to become the state's next attorney general, according to a new Washington Post poll.

 

State attorney general candidates debate heroin, OWI in Wisconsin Dells

WTAQ - 6/1/14

Heroin is Wisconsin's top public safety issue. That's what all four candidates for state attorney general said yesterday, during a debate in Wisconsin Dells put on by the state's top police union.


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