It is only 10 weeks from Election Day, when voters will have the opportunity to exact revenge on Democrats for encouraging lawlessness and disorder that ensued over the previous 10 weeks. The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) is bringing attention to the upcoming election and the stark choice voters will have between lawless liberals and rule of law Republicans, through a new ad, “10 Weeks.”

Every single Democrat attorney general (AG) – including North Carolina AG Josh Stein, Pennsylvania AG Josh Shapiro, Washington AG Bob Ferguson, and Oregon AG Ellen Rosenblum, who all will appear on the ballot on November 3 – has remained silent as communities across the country have been subjected to rioting, looting, and destruction. Additionally, Democrat AG candidates Raph Graybill in Montana, Jonathan Weinzapfel in Indiana, and Sam Petsonk in West Virginia have been complicit in the lawlessness and disorder being perpetrated by Antifa and other Democrat-affiliated groups and individuals.

In addition to going on offense in Democrat-held states, RAGA will be defending Republican strongholds in Indiana, Missouri, Montana, Utah, and West Virginia.

You can watch the ad, “10 Weeks,” here or by clicking the embedded video below. “10 Weeks” will appear online and will begin running immediately.

“The Democrats solidified their enthusiasm for lawlessness and disorder during last week’s Democrat National Convention, when leaders called for the abolishment of law enforcement, ICE, and prisons,” said Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) Executive Director Adam Piper. “Democrat silence equals violence. On November 3, Americans can stop the madness and implement law and order by electing Republicans up and down the ballot. We must support the rule of law and stop the politicians who are enabling the madness.”

Over the last ten weeks, RAGA has been the only national political committee beating the drum on the dangerousness of “defund the police” and the reality of lawless liberals run amuck, through the release of digital ads. Please visit to view the ads.