March to Save America


Fitch, Lynn

About Lynn Fitch (R) has served as attorney general of Mississippi since January 2020 and is the first woman to hold the position. Prior to that, she served as Mississippi’s state treasurer from 2012–19 and was also the first Republican woman to hold that position. Her family history includes owning a slave plantation, ties to … Read more


Hill Jr., Curtis

About Curtis Hill (R) is a lawyer who served as Indiana’s attorney general from 2017–21. In that role, he advocated for conservative legal measures, including defending civil forfeiture and backing a measure to require parental consent for minors prior to an abortion. In 2018 multiple women accused Hill of sexual harassment and misconduct, prompting calls … Read more


Schmitt, Eric

About Eric Schmitt (R) has served as attorney general of Missouri since 2019 and ran for the U.S. Senate in 2022 with Trump’s endorsement. After winning in November, he will fill the seat of retiring Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.).  Schmitt previously served as state treasurer from 2017–19 and was a member of the Missouri Senate … Read more


Stenehjem, Wayne

About Wayne Stenehjem (R) was the attorney general of North Dakota from 2000–22, becoming the state’s longest-serving AG before he died of cardiac arrest in February 2022. Following his death, Stenehjem’s staff deleted large quantities of his emails, leading to allegations that they were trying to hide something from the public. His successor, Drew Wrigley … Read more


Wilson, Alan

About Alan Wilson (R ) is a lawyer who, after easily winning the GOP primary earlier in 2022, is running unopposed for his fourth term as South Carolina’s attorney general with Trump’s endorsement. As AG he has litigated as a right-wing politician, opposing same-sex marriage, the Affordable Care Act, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals … Read more