Welcome to Cozen O'Connor’s 2019 Guide to State Attorneys General (AGs). The guide includes information on AGs in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the United States Territories and Commonwealth, including a photo and website address, year first elected or appointed, political party affiliation, leadership positions, and brief background summaries. We also include a map of the United States highlighting party affiliation.
State AGs continue to be active as a legal, policy, and political force. They enforce the laws of their individual states and work collaboratively on multistate investigations. Federal legislation also broadens their co-enforcement powers. This expanding influence continues to generate significant media exposure.
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Current Attorneys General Political Landscape:
**On June 6, 2019, AG Gordon MacDonald sent a letter to Deputy AG Jane Young that he is delegating his duties to her until his nomination to lead the state Supreme Court by Governor Sununu is resolved.
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