Friday, February 16, 2018

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh files for re-election

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh has filed to run for a second term.

Frosh, a Democrat from Montgomery County, announced his re-election bid Thursday.

Frosh has occasionally clashed with Republican Gov. Larry Hogan. Last year, after Donald Trump’s election, the Democrat-controlled Maryland legislature gave Frosh expanded authority to sue the federal government without the governor’s permission.

In 2014, Frosh defeated Republican Jeffrey Pritzker with 56 percent of the vote. Before that, the 71-year-old Frosh served more than 25 years in the legislature, developing a reputation as an environmental advocate.

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Anonymous said...

This fool needs to be put out to pasture....time for him to retire, he's done enough damage!

Anonymous said...

And let me guess: one of his campaign promises is to stop all of the school violence.

Anonymous said...

He is a never Trumper, has no idea between right and wrong. Would do anything to prevent Trump from being a great President. Hope he loses.