Sam Petsonk is running for Attorney General against the incumbent Patrick Morrisey. Petsonk is a ninth generation West Virginian. Morrisey is a product of New York, New Jersey, and Washington, DC.
Rich Finneran's plan for Missouri is to “restore the integrity of the attorney general’s office” by withdrawing from the suit against ACA, by ending the implausible lawsuit against China for its responsibility for the coronavirus, and by combatting explicit and implicit bias throughout the state.
Democratic candidate for Attorney General in Indiana argues that prevention of crime is as important a responsibility for the Attorney General as punishment of crimes.
Victories in Kentucky and Virginia. Promise for doing better in Kentucky, Mississippi, and Virginia
Will the people of Mississippi respond to a woman who is ex-military, religious, and an African American civil rights lawyer? We can give Jennifer Riley Collins a chance to find out.
This Note summarizes the political circumstances for selected Attorney General candidates very close to the date of the election.
Mark Herring s running for reelection as Virginia’s Attorney General. A state Senator, he was the first Democrat elected as Attorney General in over twenty years. He won that race by less than 1,000 votes. He has been different from past Republican Attorneys General. As a result, he has found himself in conflict with those who oppose same sex marriage, with anti-abortion groups, with the NRA, and with Trump supporters.