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The '''Arkansas Attorney General''' is an executive position and constitutional officer within the [[Arkansas]] government. The Attorney General is chief law enforcement and legal officer and lawyer for Arkansas. The position has a candidate of a particular party Republican or the Democratic who is elected every four years e.g. 2006, 2002 along with the [[AR Governor - Mike Beebe|Governor]].
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The '''Arkansas Attorney General''' is an executive position and constitutional officer within the [[Arkansas]] government. The [[Attorney General]] is chief law enforcement and legal officer and lawyer for Arkansas. The position has a candidate of a particular party Republican or the Democratic who is elected every four years e.g. 2006, 2002 along with the [[AR Governor - Mike Beebe|Governor]].
  
 
==How the Attorney General impacts initiatives==
 
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Revision as of 10:31, 9 August 2007

The Arkansas Attorney General is an executive position and constitutional officer within the Arkansas government. The Attorney General is chief law enforcement and legal officer and lawyer for Arkansas. The position has a candidate of a particular party Republican or the Democratic who is elected every four years e.g. 2006, 2002 along with the Governor.

How the Attorney General impacts initiatives

See Also:

Dustin McDaniel, Arkansas Attorney General

References

  • Portions of this article were taken from Wikipedia on 8/8/07