Learn who your state attorney general (AG) is.
Your AG is the most important legal authority in your state.
He or she enters lawsuits on your behalf, including high-profile ones such as efforts to stop the Trump administration from removing Obama-era health care protections from LGBTQ patients; suing the United States Postal Service to reverse changes made by Postmaster Louis DeJoy; and suing Facebook to break up its monopoly on social media.
It’s a good idea to know who your state AG is.
Just like current U.S. governors and secretaries of state, the state AGs have their own organization: the National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG).
It maintains a page that shows photographs of all current state AGs. Clicking on an AG’s picture takes you to a biography of the person, along with their office street address, phone number, and website link.
See the state AGs page on the NAAG site:
Bookmark the page to easily look up your own state AG, as well as the state AGs of your chosen Swing State and Red State.
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