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The following is a list of female attorneys general of states in the United States. Since 1959, there have been 34 states which have appointed or elected women as attorneys-general. Pennsylvania has had a record 3 women hold office as attorney general, with Anne X. Alpern having been the first woman to hold office as attorney-general of any state. 14 states have had at least two women serve as attorneys-general, with Hawaii and Pennsylvania both having the most at three each.

CIark served as attorney general (Us president Johnson) from March 10, 1967 to Jan. He has been delivered in Dallas, TX (Dec. 18, 1927) and went to the University or college of Texas and the School of Chi town. He was the boy of Ben C. Clark, the 59th AG and Supreme Courtroom Justice. Clark served in the Water Corps 1945 to 1946. Jan 12, 2021 Acting US Attorney General updates on charges from Capitol. FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA/KFTA) – Acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin gave an update on the attacks at the Capitol.

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List of female attorneys general of states[edit]

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Christine Gregoire
Attorney General of Washington (1993–2005)
Kelly Ayotte
Attorney General of New Hampshire (2004–2009)
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Kamala Harris
Attorney General of California (2011–2017)
Attorney
Maura Healey
Attorney General of Massachusetts (2015–present)
Ashley Moody
Attorney General of Florida (2019–present)
OfficeholderStatePartyAssumed officeTerm expiresLaw School
Anne X. AlpernPennsylvaniaDemocraticJanuary 20, 1959August 28, 1961University of Pittsburgh
Arlene VioletRhode IslandRepublican19851987Boston College
Corinne WatanabeHawaiiDemocratic19851986Baylor University
Grace Berg SchaibleAlaskaDemocratic19871989Yale University
Mary Sue TerryVirginiaDemocraticJanuary 11, 1986January 28, 1993University of Virginia
Clarine Nardi RiddleConnecticutDemocraticJanuary 3, 1989January 9, 1991Indiana University
Gale NortonColoradoRepublicanJanuary 8, 1991January 12, 1999University of Denver
Frankie Sue Del PapaNevadaDemocraticJanuary 7, 1991January 6, 2003George Washington University
Bonnie CampbellIowaDemocraticJanuary 11, 1991January 6, 1995Drake University
Susan B. LovingOklahomaDemocraticJune 22, 1991January 9, 1995University of Oklahoma
Heidi HeitkampNorth DakotaDemocraticDecember 15, 1992December 15, 2000Lewis & Clark College
Jan GrahamUtahDemocraticJanuary 1993January 2001University of Utah
Pamela CarterIndianaDemocraticJanuary 13, 1993January 16, 1997Indiana University
Christine GregoireWashingtonDemocraticJanuary 13, 1993January 12, 2005Gonzaga University
Margery BronsterHawaiiDemocratic19951999Columbia University
Carla StovallKansasRepublican19952003University of Kansas
Deborah PoritzNew JerseyDemocraticJanuary 18, 1994July 10, 1996Harvard University
M. Jane BradyDelawareRepublicanJanuary 3, 1995December 7, 2005Villanova University
Betty MontgomeryOhioRepublicanJanuary 6, 1995January 5, 2003University of Toledo
Gay WoodhouseWyomingRepublican19992001University of Wyoming
Jennifer GranholmMichiganDemocraticJanuary 1, 1999January 1, 2003Harvard University
Patricia A. MadridNew MexicoDemocraticJanuary 1, 1999January 1, 2007University of New Mexico
Janet NapolitanoArizonaDemocraticJanuary 4, 1999January 6, 2003University of Virginia
Peg LautenschlagerWisconsinDemocraticJanuary 3, 2003January 3, 2007University of Wisconsin
Lisa MadiganIllinoisDemocraticJanuary 13, 2003January 14, 2019Loyola University Chicago
Kelly AyotteNew HampshireRepublicanJune 15, 2004July 17, 2009Villanova University
Judith JagdmannVirginiaRepublicanJanuary 1, 2005January 14, 2006University of Richmond
Catherine Cortez MastoNevadaDemocraticJanuary 1, 2007January 5, 2015Gonzaga University
Lori SwansonMinnesotaDemocraticJanuary 2, 2007January 2, 2019William Mitchell College
Martha CoakleyMassachusettsDemocraticJanuary 17, 2007January 21, 2015Boston University
Nancy H. RogersOhioDemocraticMay 28, 2008January 8, 2009Yale University
Paula DowNew JerseyDemocraticJanuary 18, 2010January 10, 2012University of Pennsylvania
Kamala HarrisCaliforniaDemocraticJanuary 3, 2011January 3, 2017University of California, Hastings
Pam BondiFloridaRepublicanJanuary 4, 2011January 9, 2019Stetson University
Janet MillsMaineDemocraticJanuary 6, 2009
January 7, 2013
January 6, 2011
January 2, 2019[a]
University of Maine, Portland
Linda L. KellyPennsylvaniaRepublicanMay 27, 2011January 15, 2013Duquesne University
Ellen RosenblumOregonDemocraticJune 29, 20122021University of Oregon
Kathleen KanePennsylvaniaDemocraticJanuary 15, 2013August 17, 2016Temple University
Cynthia CoffmanColoradoRepublicanJanuary 11, 2015January 8, 2019Georgia State University
Leslie RutledgeArkansasRepublicanJanuary 13, 20152023University of Arkansas, Little Rock
Maura HealeyMassachusettsDemocraticJanuary 21, 20152023Northeastern University
Jahna LindemuthAlaskaIndependentAugust 8, 2016December 5, 2018University of California, Berkeley
Barbara UnderwoodNew YorkDemocraticMay 22, 2018December 31, 2018Georgetown University
Letitia JamesNew YorkDemocraticJanuary 1, 20192023Howard University
Dana NesselMichiganDemocraticJanuary 1, 20192023Wayne State University
Kathy JenningsDelawareDemocraticJanuary 2, 20192023Villanova University
Clare ConnorsHawaiiDemocraticJanuary 3, 20192023Harvard University
Ashley MoodyFloridaRepublicanJanuary 9, 20192023University of Florida
Bridget HillWyomingRepublicanMarch 15, 2019AppointedUniversity of Wyoming
Lynn FitchMississippiRepublicanJanuary 14, 20202024University of Mississippi

Female territorial attorneys general[edit]

OfficeholderStatePartyAssumed officeTerm expiresLaw School
Judith W. RogersDistrict of ColumbiaDemocraticApril 12, 19791983Harvard University, University of Virginia
Inez Smith ReidDistrict of ColumbiaDemocratic19831986Yale University, University of Virginia
Elizabeth Barrett-AndersonGuamRepublicanJuly 7, 1987July 4, 1994Santa Clara University
Vanessa RuizDistrict of ColumbiaDemocratic1994October 1994Georgetown University
Anabelle RodriguezPuerto Rico[1]Popular DemocraticJanuary 2, 2001August 19, 2004University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras
Ramona Villagomez ManglonaNorthern Mariana IslandsIndependentNovember 2002May 2003University of New Mexico
Linda SingerDistrict of ColumbiaDemocraticJanuary 2, 2007January 5, 2008Harvard University
Alicia LimtiacoGuamDemocraticJanuary 3, 2007June 21, 2010University of California, Los Angeles
Elizabeth Barrett-AndersonGuamRepublicanJanuary 5, 2015January 7, 2019Santa Clara University
Wanda Vázquez GarcedPuerto Rico[1]New ProgressiveJanuary 2, 2017August 7, 2019Interamerican University of Puerto Rico

References[edit]

  1. ^Mills served one term as Attorney General, from 2009 to 2011, before being replaced by Republican William Schneider as the Maine Republican Party took unified control of the State Legislature and Governorship. Mills returned to the Attorney General position in 2013 after Democrats retook the State Legislature.
  1. ^ abThe title of the head of Puerto Rico's Justice Department is the Secretary of Justice, not Attorney General.

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