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New Jersey Bill for an Elected Attorney General

New Jersey State Senator Peter Barnes (D-Middlesex) has introduced SCR 71, to provide for an elected Attorney General. New Jersey is one of seven states in which the voters don’t choose the Attorney General.

If the bill is enacted this year, the voters would vote in November 2014 on whether to change the State Constitution to provide for such elections.

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  1. Mike

    Good I think they need an elected attorney general.

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