Republican Attorneys General Association sends $775,000 to John Adams Campaign

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- With the election just over two weeks away, the race for Attorney General of Virginia remains close. Republican candidate John Adams is working hard -- all across the Commonwealth -- to share his positive message. The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) announced today they have sent another six-figure transfer to the Adams campaign. With today's $775,000 transfer, RAGA has now invested $3.525 million in this race.

"It is time to retire Mark Herring; he has used the attorney general's office to inject his personal political views on issue after issue - from right to work, to gun reciprocity, to voter ID. He refuses to do his job and defend the law. The Republican Attorneys General Association is proud to stand with John Adams, a candidate who will always respect the rule of law," said RAGA Executive Director, Scott Will. "John has served in the Navy, clerked on the United States Supreme Court, worked as a lawyer for former President George W. Bush, and served as a federal prosecutor. He is prepared to lead and give the Commonwealth an attorney general who will enforce the law."

Note: The final attorney general debate will be tomorrow morning, October 20, at 8:00 a.m. ET in Leesburg. More information can be found here.


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