“You have to make sure you’re taking on whoever is breaking the law,” Hilstrom says. “Whether it’s the president or the secretary of education. I’m willing to take on whoever it is.”
Pelikan wants to see a more progressive AG’s office.
“I’m the only candidate who has the breadth of experience and the track record to direct an office of that size and complexity,” Foley said. “I know the attorney general’s office. I know how a public law office has to run.”
With Lori Swanson deciding to run for governor, the shape of the AG race didn’t so much take form but retake form.