Democratic Attorneys General Association Applauds Maryland AG Brian Frosh on Resounding Re-Election Victory
November 7, 2018
Washington, D.C.— The Democratic Attorneys General Association (DAGA) released the following statement from Executive Director Sean Rankin applauding Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh on his re-election victory tonight.
Statement from Sean Rankin, Executive Director of the Democratic Attorneys General Association:
“We applaud Attorney General Frosh’s resounding re-election victory tonight. We trust AG Frosh will continue to lead efforts to protect seniors from fraud and abuse, fight for environment protections, and prevent gun violence. AG Frosh, alongside his fellow Democratic AGs, serves as a critical check on the Trump administration. I want to underscore the importance of the recent news that AG Frosh’s lawsuit with DAGA co-chair and District of Columbia AG Karl Racine on Emoluments will be moving forward. We are honored to have Attorney General Frosh as part of our room.”
As part of the Democratic Attorneys General Association’s (DAGA) first-of-its-kind volunteer-to-voter education texting program, nearly 250,000 Maryland voters were reached in a final two-week sprint leading into Election Day to remind them about the importance of AG Elections and to answer questions about Attorney General Frosh’s work to protect the people.
As the only voter outreach program texting specifically on Attorney General races, DAGA’s texting program educates voters about races in key states and gives voters an opportunity to share concerns they want Attorney General candidates to address. This cycle, DAGA connected with a milestone 11 million voters including voters in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, Ohio, Texas, Wisconsin, and the District of Columbia.