The Republican Attorneys General Association is sponsoring the site, which targets Mark Herring, Virginia’s attorney general.
The Republican Attorneys General Association just launched a new microsite designed to target Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, a Democrat.
The site is OffTheMarkHerring.com and argues Herring has failed to uphold Virginia’s laws. It highlights four key areas in which Herring is “putting his own politics before Virginia.”
The RAGA’s new site focuses specifically on four examples in its effort to demonstrate Herring’s habit of “putting his own politics before Virginia,” drawing attention to the incumbent’s decisions on gun reciprocity, staff pay raises, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, and right-to-work laws. On each topic, browsers are provided with lengthy background information making the case against Herring’s record.
“Virginia needs a new lawyer – one who will enforce and defend its laws,” the site argues.
The Republican group is backing John Adams in the country’s only attorney general race on November 7.
“When I saw our current attorney general ignoring the laws that you passed, I knew I had to get involved,” Adams said in an ad posted on his YouTube channel in August.
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