As the state’s chief legal officer, Brian Frosh, 75, has served Maryland diligently in his two terms as attorney general, wisely advising and representing state institutions, faithfully protecting consumers and the environment, and striving to improve public safety — all while remaining true to his moral compass and unfailingly collegial, thoughtful and diplomatic. We wish him well in his retirement. Each of the Democratic candidates vying to fill his seat — retired Baltimore District Court Judge Katie Curran O’Malley, 59, and U.S. Rep. Anthony Brown, 60 — has deep roots in Maryland and would bring valuable skills to the position from different realms: legislative for Congressman Brown and the courtroom for Judge O’Malley.
The Sun endorses Katie Curran O’Malley, Jim Shalleck in attorney general primary race
June 24, 2022