Adams: Virginia Needs A Lawyer, Not Another Politician

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John Adams, Republican candidate for attorney general of Virginia, made a campaign stop in Harrisonburg. Adams spoke at length with the Daily News Record about why he is running and how he will end Mark Herring’s partisan politicization of the office. From the article: HARRISONBURG — Back in the late 1990s, the 2017 GOP nominee for state attorney general was a high-seas … Read More

Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel Slams Josh Kaul’s Anti-Voter ID Actions

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Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel used his speech at the state GOP Convention to take the fight to his potential opponent, liberal lawyer Josh Kaul. Schimel drew a bright contrast with Kaul on the issue of voter ID, highlighting Kaul’s strident opposition to the popular, common sense measure. Wispolitics.com reports: AG Brad Schimel slammed possible Dem opponent Josh Kaul as the … Read More

Boulder-Bubble Dweller Phil Weiser’s Priorities Are Wrong For Colorado

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Washington, D.C. – The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) released the following statement regarding Democratic activist Phil Weiser’s announcement that he will run for attorney general of Colorado: “Phil Weiser has spent his entire adult life in the liberal bubbles of Boulder and Washington, D.C.,” said RAGA Executive Director Scott Will. “Weiser has no practical experience prosecuting criminals, combating the … Read More

Branstad Urges Voters to Fire Miller

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) Executive Director Scott Will released the following statement: “Democratic Attorney General Tom Miller continues to receive heavy criticism for his legal opinion stating Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds will not be allowed to appoint her successor once she is sworn in as governor. Legal experts continue to point out Miller is dead wrong, and … Read More

RAGA Statement on Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller

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Washington, D.C. – The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) issued the following statement regarding Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller’s effort to politicize gubernatorial succession. RAGA is also launching a digital ad campaign criticizing Miller’s actions. “Tom Miller is playing politics with a serious situation,” said RAGA Executive Director Scott Will. “Experts from across the political spectrum agree the law explicitly grants Lieutenant Governor … Read More

Republican AGs Support National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

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Republican attorneys general across the country are working with law enforcement and local communities to combat the opioid crisis. This weekend, many AGs participated in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, an effort led by the Drug Enforcement Administration to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the … Read More

100 Days In, President Trump is Keeping His Promises

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During Barack Obama’s eight years in office, the Republican Attorneys General led in fighting unconstitutional federal overreach that hampered our economic freedom and infringed on our Constitutional rights. In 100 Days, President Trump has shown what can happen when the White House is committed to the rule of law, creating jobs and putting American workers first. President Trump has rolled back … Read More

RAGA Statement on Court’s Suspension of Clean Power Plan Lawsuit

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – West Virginia Attorney General and Chairman of the Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) Patrick Morrisey released the following statement: “This decision is another huge victory for the Trump Administration and was made possible, in large part to the work of the Republican Attorneys General and our defense of the rule of law. The dismantling of the unlawful … Read More

ICYMI: Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman Promotes Anti-Bullying App

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Bullying and teen suicides are on the rise, and Colorado Attorney General Cynthia Coffman is working to combat the crisis. General Coffman spoke at an event in Grand Junction promoting the “Safe 2 Tell” app which allows students to use their smartphones to report serious issues to adults anonymously. Colorado TV Station KJCT reports: Attorney General Cynthia Coffman was at Monday night’s meeting … Read More

Liberal Josh Kaul Is Wrong for Wisconsin

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Washington, D.C. – The Republican Attorneys General Association released the following statement regarding Democrat Josh Kaul’s announcement that he will run for attorney general of Wisconsin: “Josh Kaul is an unaccomplished lawyer who is hoping to use his family connections to climb the political ladder,” said Scott Will, Executive Director of RAGA. “In addition to lacking Wisconsin experience, Kaul is a … Read More