Republican Attorneys General Association


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


Morrisey, Patrick

About Patrick Morrissey (R) was first elected as attorney general of West Virginia in 2012 and is now serving his third term, which runs through 2024. He is a member of the Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA), which was involved in sending out robocalls to get Trump supporters to come to Washington on Jan. 6, … Read more


Peterson, Douglas

About Doug Peterson (R) was elected attorney general of Nebraska in 2014 and again in 2018, but opted not to run for a third term in 2022. He is a member of the Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) and in 2017, was one of 10 state attorneys general who threatened to sue the Trump administration … Read more


Schmidt, Derek

About Derek Schmidt (R) has served as the attorney general of Kansas since 2011 and ran for governor in 2022 with Trump’s endorsement, but lost in a close race to Democratic incumbent Laura Kelly. He was previously a member of the Kansas Senate, serving from 2001–11.  Schmidt has a history of anti-LGBTQ rhetoric and his … Read more


Slatery III, Herbert

About Herbert Slatery III (R) served as attorney general of Tennessee from 2014–22 and was the first Republican since Reconstruction who was appointed to the position by the state Supreme Court (which is how the AG position is filled in Tennessee). In May 2022, he announced that he would not seek another eight-year term but … 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