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Attorney General elections, 2011

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State Attorney General 2011 elections
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Three state attorney general elections were scheduled in 2011.

Kentucky

See also: Kentucky attorney general election, 2011

The Kentucky Attorney General election of 2011 was held on November 8, 2011. Democratic incumbent Jack Conway defeated Republican challenger Todd P’Pool.

Louisiana

See also: Louisiana attorney general election, 2011

The Louisiana Attorney General election of 2011 was decided even before the October 22, 2011 primary election. Incumbent Republican Buddy Caldwell was unopposed in the race after his sole challenger, former U.S. Representative Joseph Cao withdrew from the race in late September 2011. The Louisiana general election was held on Saturday, November 19, 2011[1] but the office of attorney general did not appear on the ballot.

Mississippi

See also: Mississippi attorney general election, 2011

The Mississippi Attorney General election of 2011 was held on November 8, 2011. Incumbent Democrat Jim Hood defeated Republican challenger Steve Simpson.

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