Maryland attorney general announces he won’t seek reelection

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BALTIMORE (AP) — Maryland’s attorney general says he won’t seek another term.

In a message to staff Thursday, Attorney General Brian Frosh, who has spent decades in public service, said the work in the attorney general’s office has been the most fulfilling. He added that he plans to stay busy during the 15 months he has left in office. The 75-year-old Montgomery County Democrat is in his second term as attorney general.

He previously served more than 25 years in the General Assembly, where he developed a reputation as an environmental advocate and served as the chairman of the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee.


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