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Longest-Serving North Dakota Attorney General Announces Retirement

North Dakota AG Wayne Stenehjem (R) announced that he will not run for reelection in 2022. AG Stenehjem was first elected in 2000 and won his most recent reelection in 2018 with over 67% of the vote.  Republican Drew Wrigley, former U.S. Attorney for North Dakota and former Lieutenant Governor of North Dakota, announced that he will…

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Two New Candidates Enter Attorneys General Races

Mike Hilgers, Nebraska State Senator and Speaker of the Legislature, declared his candidacy for the Republican nomination in the open-seat 2022 race for Nebraska AG. As previously reported, Incumbent Nebraska AG Doug Peterson will not seek reelection in 2022 and anticipates returning to private practice. Ohio State Representative Jeff Crossman announced his run for the…

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New Democratic Candidates Join Attorneys General Races

Former Maryland state court judge Katie Curran O’Malley announced her candidacy for the Democratic nomination in the 2022 open-seat race for Maryland AG. As previously reported, Maryland AG Brian Frosh announced that he will not seek a third term. New York AG Letitia James announced that she was ending her campaign for governor and will run…

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From Congress to the AG’s Office: Candidates with Congressional Backgrounds Enter 2022 AG Races

Republican U.S. Representative Louie Gohmert announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination in the 2022 election for Texas AG. He will be competing against incumbent Republican AG Ken Paxton and Land Commissioner George P. Bush. As previously reported, the Democratic field includes civil rights attorneys Lee Merritt and Rochelle Garza, and former Galveston mayor Joe…

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