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RAGA Congratulates Jason Miyares on Huge Victory in Virginia over Incumbent Democrat Mark Herring

In an extremely tight attorney general race, Republican Jason Miyares defeated Democrat incumbent Attorney General Mark Herring. Miyares’s experience as a prosecutor and commitment to defending the rule of law helped him win this election. Attorney General-elect Miyares will be Virginia’s first Latino elected to statewide office. Herring also makes history tonight, as the first Virginia Attorney General to lose re-election since Francis […]

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Republican Attorneys General Re-Elect South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson as RAGA Chairman

The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) today announced South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson was re-elected RAGA Chairman by his Republican attorney general colleagues. Wilson has served as RAGA Chairman since May 2021 and will now serve a full term that ends in November 2022. “I am proud to serve my colleagues in this crucial role […]

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In Letter to President Biden, Republican Attorneys General Threaten Legal Action over Proposed Vaccine Mandate

In a letter sent to President Biden today, 24 Republican attorneys general (AGs) are threatening legal action if the Biden Administration does not alter its course on a proposed Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) emergency temporary standard that would mandate most private sector employees to either get a COVID-19 shot, submit to weekly testing, or be fired. “President Biden’s proposed […]

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RAGA Reaches New Fundraising Milestone in Second Quarter

The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) raked in more than $5.3 million in the second quarter of 2021, comprising the months of April, May, and June. RAGA’s fundraising total for the second quarter of 2021 is more than its total for any second quarter in the organization’s history. Republican attorneys general are rigorously defending the […]

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Republican AGs Score Victory for Election Integrity at SCOTUS

The Supreme Court of the United States today, in a 6-3 ruling, sided with Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich in Brnovich v. DNC, a closely watched case about election integrity. At issue were two Arizona voting rules, one that requires voters to cast their ballots at the correct precinct and the other that clarifies only certain individuals can deliver […]

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Republican AGs Win Unanimous Victory for Religious Liberty at SCOTUS

The Supreme Court of the United States today unanimously sided with 16 Republican AGs, led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson, who filed amicus curiae briefs in Fulton v. City of Philadelphia, one of the high court’s most important religious liberty cases heard this term. The Republican attorneys general argued the City […]

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Republican AGs Prevail in Lawsuit Against Biden

A federal court today granted a coalition of 13 Republican AGs, led by Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry, a major win against the Biden Administration’s attempts to disrupt the American energy industry. The court’s preliminary injunction will prevent the federal government from implementing the Biden ban on oil and gas lease sales on federal lands. […]

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Mark Herring’s Weak-on-Crime Policies Make Virginia More Dangerous

Virginia Democrats today chose embattled incumbent Mark Herring to be their Attorney General nominee for the 2021 election. Herring, who barely survived a primary challenge in today’s election, has spent the last seven years pushing progressive policies that let criminals off the hook. In response to Herring’s primary victory, RAGA Executive Director Peter Bisbee released […]