Unnaturally Political

Tuesday AG News Round-up

Former United States attorney general Ed Meese spoke with Genevieve Wood of the Heritage Foundation’s Daily Signal about “the most lawless administration in the history of the country.” Meese goes on to say that he believes the greatest protection of Constitutional limits on the president are members of Congress who will only take action “when they understand the people are behind them.”

The Republican Attorneys General Association is planning a $1.2 million Arizona television ad buy, the Arizona Republic is reporting. No word from RAGA about the content of the ad. The news comes on the same day Democrat candidate Felecia Rotellini began running her first ad in the race against Republican Mark Brnovich.

Pam Bondi, Republican attorney general of Florida, is out with a new television ad focusing on her fight against drug abuse in the state. Her opponent, Democrat George Sheldon, called it “a solid ad,” and comments, “I think that’s a remarkable accomplishment. I’m very pleased that Pam is articulating that issue,” the Tampa Tribune reports.

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette earned the endorsement of the Michigan Retailers Association in his reelection race against Democrat Mark Trotten. This endorsement is added to an expanding list which includes the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, the Michigan Fraternal Order of Police and the Partnership for Michigan’s Health, to name a few. Trotten’s endorsements come primarily from unions including the SEIU Michigan State Council, as well as the Sierra Club and Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan.

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