“I’ve got an election coming up,” Healey said. “I’ve got two Republican opponents already against me. The NRA has sunk half a million dollars in against me because they don’t like my enforcement of the laws here in Massachusetts. I think that getting word out about my race and other peoples’ races in 2018 is important.”
November 6, 2018
current state AG
Term / Limit
4 years / none
November 6, 2018
James McMahon (R)
Dan Shores (R)
Massachusetts news, insights & polls
GOP candidates woo delegates at Massachusetts convention
(WCVB.com) – The first convention votes for lower level races including state attorney general, where Bourne attorney Jay McMahon captured a majority of delegates and Cape Cod lawyer Dan Shores, qualified for the primary. The eventual nominee will face incumbent Democratic Attorney General Maura Healey in November.
Views on guns take shape in AG race
(Lowell Sun) – Republican attorney Dan Shores, one of two prospective challengers to Attorney General Maura Healey, has aligned himself and his campaign with gun rights activists, a complicating factor as the latest school shooting in Florida has plunged the country back into a debate over gun control.
AG talks Trump, 2018 election at UMass town hall
GOP hopeful for AG touts gun owners’ rights
Republican Jay McMahon is running for state attorney general, vowing to protect First and Second Amendment rights against government encroachment. He spoke with Boston Herald Radio host Joe Battenfeld yesterday:
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