RAGA Announces $350,000 Transfer to Adams Campaign

WASHINGTON, D.C. – For the third time in as many weeks, the Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) has made another substantial investment in the John Adams campaign, this week totaling $350,000, in his bid to unseat liberal Virginia Democrat Attorney General Mark Herring in this year’s election. This now makes RAGA’s total transfer in the race $1.15 million.

“This transfer, which now makes us the largest single contributor in the Virginia attorney general’s race, is indicative of the momentum John Adams continues to show in this race,” said RAGA Executive Director Scott Will. “Earlier this week, a new poll showed Adams and Herring neck and neck. Herring is running scared, spending hundreds of thousands attacking John over the airwaves. This transfer will help John get his message of taking politics out of the office and restoring the rule of law out to all the voters in the Commonwealth.”


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