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If elected, Jeffrey N. Pritzker would be Maryland’s first Republican attorney general since Edward D.E. Rollins Sr.’s term ended in 1954 — and Rollins was a gubernatorial appointee. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)
If elected, Jeffrey N. Pritzker would be Maryland’s first Republican attorney general since Edward D.E. Rollins Sr.’s term ended in 1954 — and Rollins was a gubernatorial appointee. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

After 60 years, time for a GOP AG?

Pritzker says change would bring checks, balances to state government

Jeffrey N. Pritzker, the Republican nominee for attorney general, says Maryland needs a top lawyer who’s willing to stand up to the Democratic stronghold in Annapolis — both in the General Assembly and, if necessary, the Executive branch.

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