ICYMI: Meet John Adams, the presumptive Republican nominee for Virginia Attorney General

“I feel like the way the office has been politicized, it’s no longer really serving its function as the attorney general’s office for Virginia,” Adams said. “I thought I would run to take the politics out of the office and treat it the way it’s meant to be treated.”

From the article:

While Virginia’s gubernatorial race remains up in the air, with multiple candidates competing for both the Democratic and Republican nominations, the attorney general contest is slightly more straightforward.

On the Democratic side, current Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring is running for reelection, touting his past work promoting equal rights, gun control, and assistance for sexual assault victims.

The Republican Party’s contender is more of an unknown, but has a great name.

Running for public office for the first time, John Adams is a lawyer for the Richmond-based private firm McGuire Woods. He became the GOP’s presumptive nominee in March as the only contender who received enough petition signatures to qualify for the June 13 primary ballot.

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