DAGA Endorses Eugene DePasquale for Pennsylvania Attorney General

June 27, 2024

Washington, DC — Today, the Democratic Attorneys General Association (DAGA) announced the endorsement of Eugene DePasquale to be the next Attorney General of Pennsylvania. The Pittsburgh native, former state legislator, and two-term Auditor General has decades of experience serving the people of Pennsylvania and will bring his record of protecting consumers and fighting for rights and freedoms to the office of Attorney General.

Statement from Sean Rankin, President of Democratic Attorneys General Association:

“Eugene DePasquale has spent his career fighting for the people of Pennsylvania, and we could not be more excited to endorse him as the state’s next Attorney General. As two-term Auditor General and a former state legislator, he’s worked tirelessly for the people of Pennsylvania. He’s worked to reduce backlogs of untested rape kits and ensured victims receive the justice they deserve. And as Attorney General, he’ll build on this work and continue to defend abortion access, protect democracy, and fight for consumers.

“There’s so much on the line in this race, and Pennsylvanians can trust DePasquale to do the job — that’s why they’ve elected him to statewide office twice already. And come November, they’ll elect him as their next Attorney General to continue advocating for them and keeping them safe.”

Statement from Eugene DePasquale, Democratic Nominee for Attorney General in Pennsylvania:

“Thank you to DAGA for your support in this race. As a dedicated public servant who’s served the people of Pennsylvania throughout my career, I have a proven track record of standing up for what’s right and taking on tough fights. And as Attorney General, I will continue to have their back. I will defend reproductive freedom, protect people’s right to vote, and work every day to ensure Pennsylvanians feel safe and protected in our home state. I look forward to working closely with DAGA to win in November and keeping this seat in Democratic hands.”


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