RAGA Announces an Additional $250,000 Contribution in Virginia AG Race

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) announced an additional $250,000 contribution made to John Adams, the Republican nominee for Virginia Attorney General, in the race to retire partisan liberal Democrat Attorney General Mark Herring in this year’s General Election.

"RAGA continues to support John Adams in his bid to become the Attorney General of Virginia," said Arkansas Attorney General and RAGA Chairwoman Leslie Rutledge. "We invested in this race early this year because we knew John was such a strong candidate. Now, with the momentum in this race moving in John’s direction, we’re ready to invest more to make sure he wins. RAGA made an early initial investment because John Adams clearly had the ability to win, and now we will be there to help him win in November." 

"It's no wonder John Adams is gaining momentum as voters learn about Mark Herring's personal political agenda he has pushed while in office, as well as his bad representation as attorney general," said RAGA Executive Director Scott Will. "Just last year he settled an equal pay lawsuit for almost $200,000 with a former female attorney in the attorney general's office who was being paid less than her male counterparts. Equal pay is equal pay. Mark Herring clearly has misplaced priorities and Virginia needs a new lawyer."


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