Michigan Attorney General will lead RAGA's mission to elect Republican AGs and provide a unified voice against federal government overreach
PHOENIX, AZ -- The Republican Attorneys General Association today announced that Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has officially assumed the chairmanship of the organization at its annual meeting in Phoenix, Arizona.
Schuette will lead the 27-member strong group through the 2016 elections.
"It is my honor to serve as chair during this critical time in which federal government overreach is hurting job creation and economic growth in our states and our country as a whole," said Schuette. "I look forward to working with the other 26 Republican Attorneys General in the fight to protect free enterprise, liberty and our constitution."
As chair of RAGA, Schuette will lead election efforts in the 2016 cycle.
Schuette also praised the 2015 RAGA chair, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi. "General Bondi set a high standard of leadership as RAGA chair and I am honored to receive the baton and continue moving RAGA forward."
Schuette will serve as chair until November 2016. Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange will serve as RAGA's 2017 chair.