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Attorneys General List

Attorneys General List

Attorney General may have executive responsibility for law enforcement and persecution or even the responsibility for legal affairs.  Their role may vary depending on the jurisdiction.  We encourage your to browse our site for information or follow the links to help you find the information you are looking for.

  1. U.S. Attorney GeneralJeff SessionsPress Releases
  2. Alabama – Steve Marshall – WikiPress Releases
  3. Alaska – Jahna Lindemuth – WikiPress Releases
  4. ArizonaMark BrnovichWiki – Press Releases
  5. ArkansasLeslie RutledgeWikiPress Releases
  6. CaliforniaXavier BecerraWikiPress Releases
  7. Colorado – Cynthia H. Coffman – Wiki – Press Releases
  8. Connecticut – George Jepsen – WikiPress Releases
  9. Delaware – Matt Denn – WikiPress Releases
  10. District of Columbia (D.C.)Karl A. RacineWikiPress Releases
  11. Florida – Pam Bondi – WikiPress Releases
  12. GeorgiaChris CarrWikiPress Releases
  13. Guam – Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson – WikiPress Releases
  14. Hawaii – Russell Suzuki – WikiPress Releases
  15. IdahoLawrence G. WasdenWikiPress Releases
  16. Illinois – Lisa Madigan – WikiPress Releases
  17. IndianaCurtis T. Hill, Jr.WikiPress Releases
  18. IowaTom MillerWikiPress Releases
  19. KansasDerek SchmidtWikiPress Releases
  20. Kentucky – Andy Beshear – WikiPress Releases
  21. LouisianaJeff LandryWiki – Press Releases
  22. Maine – Janet Mills – WikiPress Releases
  23. MarylandBrian E. FroshWikiPress Releases
  24. MassachusettsMaura HealeyWikiPress Releases
  25. Michigan – Bill Schuette – WikiPress Releases
  26. Minnesota – Lori Swanson – WikiPress Releases
  27. Mississippi – Jim Hood – WikiPress Releases
  28. Missouri – Josh Hawley – Wiki – Press Releases
  29. MontanaTim FoxWikiPress Releases
  30. NebraskaDoug PetersonWikiPress Releases
  31. Nevada – Adam Paul Laxalt – WikiPress Releases
  32. New HampshireGordon MacDonaldWiki – Press Releases
  33. New JerseyGurbir S. GrewalWikiPress Releases
  34. New MexicoHector BalderasWikiPress Releases
  35. New York – Barbara D. Underwood – WikiPress Releases
  36. North CarolinaJosh SteinWiki – Press Releases
  37. North DakotaWayne StenehjemWikiPress Releases
  38. Northern Mariana IslandsEdward ManibusanWikiPress Releases
  39. Ohio – Mike DeWine – WikiPress Releases
  40. OklahomaMike HunterWikiPress Releases
  41. OregonEllen RosenblumWikiPress Releases
  42. PennsylvaniaJosh ShapiroWikiPress Releases
  43. Puerto Rico – Wanda Vazquez Garced – Wiki – Press Releases – DOJ
  44. Rhode Island – Peter F. Kilmartin – WikiPress Releases
  45. South CarolinaAlan WilsonWikiPress Releases
  46. South Dakota – Marty Jackley – WikiPress Releases
  47. TennesseeHerbert H. Slatery IIIWikiPress Releases
  48. TexasKen PaxtonWikiPress Releases
  49. UtahSean D. ReyesWiki – Press Releases
  50. VermontTJ DonovanWikiPress Releases
  51. VirginiaMark HerringWikiPress Releases
  52. WashingtonBob FergusonWikiPress Releases
  53. West VirginiaPatrick MorriseyWikiPress Releases
  54. Wisconsin – Brad D. Schimel – WikiPress Releases
  55. Wyoming – Peter K. Michael – WikiPress Releases

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