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2022 AG Elections Results

Tues­day, Novem­ber 8 was elec­tion day, and AG elec­tions in thir­ty-three states and ter­ri­to­ries were held. Here is a full break­down of the results. For more infor­ma­tion on race results, check out The State AG Report.

Last updat­ed 12/8/22 at 12 p.m. ET.

Flipped from a Demo­c­ra­t­ic to a Repub­li­can AG:

Same par­ty, but new AG:

  • Wash­ing­ton, D.C. (Bri­an Schwalb, D)
  • Guam (Dou­glas Moy­lan, Nonpartisan)
    • Dou­glas Moy­lan served as Guam’s first elect­ed attor­ney gen­er­al from 2003 to 2007

Same par­ty, same AG:

  • Alaba­ma (Steve Mar­shall, R)
  • Cal­i­for­nia (Rob Bon­ta, D)
  • Col­orado (Phil Weis­er, D)
  • Con­necti­cut (William Tong, D)
  • Delaware (Kathy Jen­nings, D)
  • Geor­gia (Chris Carr, R)
  • Flori­da (Ash­ley Moody, R)
  • Illi­nois (Kwame Raoul, D)
  • Michi­gan (Dana Nes­sel, D)
  • Min­neso­ta (Kei­th Elli­son, D)
  • Neva­da (Aaron Ford, D)
  • New York (Leti­tia James, D)
  • North Dako­ta (Drew Wrigley, R)
  • Ohio (Dave Yost, R)
  • Rhode Island (Peter Neron­ha, D)
  • South Car­oli­na (Alan Wil­son, R)
  • Texas (Ken Pax­ton, R) 
  • Wis­con­sin (Josh Kaul, D)
  • North­ern Mar­i­ana Islands (Edward Manibu­san, Nonpartisan)

Races not yet called:

All Results:

*Incum­bent

  • Alaba­ma: *Steve Mar­shall — R
  • Ari­zona: TBD
  • Arkansas: Tim Grif­fin — R
  • Cal­i­for­nia: *Rob Bon­ta — D
  • Col­orado: *Phil Weis­er — D
  • Con­necti­cut: *William Tong — D
  • Delaware: *Kathy Jen­nings — D
  • Geor­gia: *Chris Carr — R
  • Florida: *Ash­ley Moody — R
  • Ida­ho: Raul Labrador — R
  • Illi­nois: *Kwame Raoul — D
  • Iowa: Bren­na Bird — R
  • Kansas: Kris Kobach — R
  • Mary­land: Antho­ny Brown — D
  • Mass­a­chu­setts: Andrea Camp­bell — D
  • Michi­gan: *Dana Nes­sel — D
  • Min­neso­ta: *Kei­th Ellison
  • Nebras­ka: Mike Hilgers — R
  • Neva­da: *Aaron Ford — D
  • New Mex­i­co: Raul Tor­rez — D
  • New York: *Leti­tia James — D
  • North Dako­ta: *Drew Wrigley — R
  • Ohio: *Dave Yost — R
  • Okla­homa: Gen­tner Drum­mond — R
  • Rhode Island: *Peter Neron­ha — D
  • South Car­oli­na: *Alan Wil­son — R
  • South Dako­ta: Mar­ty Jack­ley — R
  • Texas: *Ken Pax­ton — R
  • Ver­mont: Char­i­ty Clark — D
  • Wis­con­sin: *Josh Kaul — D
  • Wash­ing­ton, D.C.: Bri­an Schwalb — D
  • Guam: Dou­glas Moy­lan — Nonpartisan
  • North­ern Mar­i­ana Islands: *Edward Manibu­san — Nonpartisan