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Want to be attorney general? Get out your checkbook.
He's "uniquely qualified," the paper of record says.
And two of them get testy with one another.
Attorney general candidates scrap over ethics, mailing etiquette
Big promises, big constraints await the District's first elected attorney general.
To the death! (No, not actually.)
After sitting through this morning's D.C. Vote-sponsored forum on the five similar-sounding attorney general candidates, LL can make a not-so-bold prediction. Whoever wins in November, the District's first elected attorney general will care about political corruption. And budget autonomy. And juvenile justice.
Nostradamus-like, LL can make one more call months in advance: things are going to get interesting once the attorney general [...]
The District's first race for an elected attorney general is ripe for self-funding: a newly created position with shifting powers, limited to people in a frequently lucrative profession, all compressed into a shortened fundraising period.
Maybe it's no surprise, then, that when it came to financing their own ambitions, the District's five attorney general candidates didn't disappoint. Below, the [...]
After experiencing a series of candidate entrances and exits, the race to be the District's first elected attorney general is starting to take shape, with both public policy lawyer Lateefah Williams and defense attorney Karl Racine picking up nominating petitions today.
Williams, a 37-year-old policy attorney who grew up in Fort Washington, Md., previously worked as the president of the LGBT-focused [...]