Election 2018: Minnesota Attorney General race heats up
Doug Wardlow (Republican) was born and raised in Minnesota, where he learned the value of faith, family and hard work. He graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University and earned his law degree from Georgetown University Law Center. Served as a law clerk for Justice G. Barry Anderson in the Minnesota Supreme Court. He worked under Robert Lighthizer (now U.S. Trade Representative) fighting China’s practice of unfairly dumping subsidized Chinese steel.
As a Constitutional Lawyer, Doug successfully defended the Constitution in cases all across the country. Doug and his wife, Jenny, are proud parents of three children: Winston, Annabelle, and Martin. Doug Wardlow is running to be Minnesota’s Lawyer. As Attorney General, Doug will make Minnesota Fair and Safe.
You deserve an Attorney General who will fight for you and your family. As Minnesota’s Lawyer, Doug Wardlow will fight for these policies:
•Protect Minnesota Families.
•Stand with law enforcement.
•Make Minnesota first.
•Stand up for job creators, laborers and farmers.
•Stop financial scammers.
•Crack down on sanctuary cities.
•Defend vulnerable adults and the elderly.
For the last 12 years, Keith Ellison (Democrat) has represented Minnesotans in Congress, where he has championed consumer, worker, and civil rights protections to defend the rights of Minnesotans against the interests of the powerful.
He passed laws to fight credit card abuse and to stand up for the rights of tenants and renters, and founded the Congressional Antitrust Caucus and the Congressional Consumer Justice Caucus. Before being elected to Congress, Keith also served in the Minnesota House of Representatives.
Before entering politics, Keith spent 16 years as an attorney specializing in civil rights and defense law, including five years as the Executive Director of the Legal Rights Center.
As the leader of this public interest law firm, Keith oversaw a team of attorneys focused on delivering justice for Minnesotans who had nowhere else to turn. Keith earned his law degree from the University of Minnesota Law School in 1990.
He’s is the proud father of four children — Elijah, Jeremiah, Isaiah and Amirah. Issues he will fight for include:
•Affordable Health Care •Protection of Medicaid
•Crack down on the Opioid Epidemic
•Hold Health Insurance companies and care providers accountable
•Protect women’s access to safe health care choices.