Three Republican Attorneys General will deliver speeches during the course of this week’s Republican National Committee Convention in Cleveland, Ohio. Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette, Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge are all slated to make remarks during the four-day event, speaking on a variety of issues, ranging from law enforcement to the distinctions between the two Presidential candidates in this year’s election.
The RNC Host Committee has released a tentative schedule for when speakers are expected to make their addresses. General Schuette will speak on Monday, July 18, at 2:15PM; General Rutledge will speak on Tuesday, July 19, during prime time coverage; and General Bondi will speak on Wednesday, July 20, at 8:30PM.
“The RNC Convention is not only a terrific platform for our AGs to highlight the important issues of the day, such as defending the rule of law and fighting federal government overreach, but also a great opportunity to showcase their incredible talents and the good work they do each and every day on the national stage,” said Scott Will, RAGA Executive Director. “We congratulate each of them for having this honor bestowed upon them, and look forward to hearing what they have to say.”
About RAGA: The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) is the only national organization whose mission is electing Republicans to the Office of State Attorney General. In 2014 Republican attorneys general became the clear majority, for the first time in our country’s history, increasing the total number of Republican attorneys general from 24 to 27, protecting all our 12 incumbents and turning three states from blue to red, by investing nearly $14 million into political spending.