Props to Sam Olens

Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens
Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens
Georgia Attorney General Sam Olens was elected Vice President of the National Association of Attorneys General at the organization’s meeting yesterday in Burlington, Vermont. In addition to serving as Vice President, Olens will be co-chair of the Federalism/Preemption Committee and the Law Enforcement and Prosecutorial Relations Working Group. He will serve on three additional committees, including Internet Safety/Cyber Privacy and Security, Human Trafficking, and Training.

In a statement, Olens said, “I am honored to be elected Vice President of NAAG during the coming year. I want to congratulate our newly elected President, Connecticut Attorney General George Jepsen. I look forward to working with him and my counterparts on ways to better our individual states.”

Members of the National Association of Attorneys General consist of the 56 state and territory sttorneys general.

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Frankly stunned there is a Federalism Committee. Congrats Mr. Olens.

Dick West
Dick West

AG Sam Olens undoubtedly has his eye on higher office in Georgia. During his terms beside Gov. Nathan Deal, Olens has almost always sided with the state’s chief administrator — from how to approach Syrian refugee resettlement to the state’s institutional reaction to the SCOTUS decision on gay marriage. None of this is by mistake. As mentioned in the post, Olens is shrewdly spending time on the NAAG committees on Human Trafficking and Cyber Security. These issues are near and dear to the voters of Georgia. The conservative grassroots base in Georgia has committed itself to battling human trafficking with… Read more »