Jason Miyares Wins Attorney General Debate

📷: Miyares for Virginia / Blue Lion Multimedia

Miyares for Virginia issued the following statement after Wednesday’s debate:

Jason Miyares overwhelmingly won today’s Attorney General Debate hosted by the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce. Mark Herring showed Virginians that he has nothing but a failed record to run on and deserves to be fired.

“Mark Herring has failed Virginians. He refused to hold the Parole Board accountable when they broke the law and let murderers, rapists, child abductors, and cop killers out with decades left on their sentences. His criminal first, victim last mentality takes police officers out of schools while making it easier for sexual assaults to be covered up,” said Jason Miyares. “My opponent has made it perfectly clear that his desperate campaign will go as low as it takes to win political brownie points from his union donors and “Defund the Police” activists. His failing campaign is reflective of his failed record as a do-nothing Attorney General. Ralph Northam didn’t think Mark Herring deserved a third term – and Virginians don’t either.”

“It’s no wonder Mark Herring is refusing to debate Jason again. After that performance, I wouldn’t either, said Miyares Campaign Manager Klarke Kilgore. “Jason clearly has the momentum and message that is resonating with Virginians. We want safer communities and elected officials who will fight for victims and law-abiding citizens before criminals. Mark Herring has made it clear he’ll put his criminal first, victim last agenda before Virginia’s families.

As Attorney General, Jason Miyares will fight for victims and law-abiding Virginians. He is dedicated to working with law enforcement so they can lower our crime and murder rate, and has been endorsed by the Fraternal Order of Police and Police Benevolent Association. He would be the first Hispanic elected statewide and the first son of an immigrant to be Attorney General.

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