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Attorney General of Minnesota

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Attorney General of Minnesota
TypeState Attorney General
Member ofMinnesota Executive Council
Term length4 years
First holderCharles H. Berry
WebsiteMinnesota Attorney General official website

The Attorney General of Minnesota is the state Attorney General of the U.S. state of Minnesota. The Attorney General is the state's chief legal officer and is an executive position elected by the voters for a four-year term.

The Office of the Minnesota Attorney General represents and provides legal advice to over 100 agencies, boards, and commissions of the government of Minnesota. The Office represents the state in state and federal court, as well as in administrative adjudication and rulemaking hearings. The Office handles felony criminal appeals, advises local prosecutors in the conduct of criminal trials and handles cases at the request of local prosecutors. In addition, the Office issues formal opinions interpreting statutes for the agencies and political subdivisions of the state.

The Minnesota Attorney General is a member of the Minnesota Executive Council, the Minnesota Board of Investment, the Minnesota Board of Pardons, and the Minnesota Land Exchange Board.

The current Attorney General is Keith Ellison.

List of Minnesota Attorneys General

Minnesota Territory

Name Took office Left office Party
Lorenzo A. Babcock 1849 1853
LaFayette Emmett 1853 1858

In 1886, elections were moved from odd years to even years. Beginning with the 1962 election, the term of the office increased from two to four years.

List of attorneys general


   DFL (8)   Republican (19)   Farmer-Labor (2)    Union Democrat (1)

State of Minnesota

No. Name Term of Office Political Party Law school
1 Charles H. Berry 1858–1860 Republican Read law
2 Gordon E. Cole 1860–1866 Republican Harvard Law School
3 William J. Colvill 1866–1868 Union Democrat Read law under Millard Fillmore
4 Francis R. E. Cornell 1868–1874 Republican Read law
5 George P. Wilson 1874–1880 Republican Read law
6 Charles M. Start 1880–1881 Republican Read law under William C. Wilson
7 William John Hahn 1881–1887 Republican Read law
8 Moses E. Clapp 1887–1893 Republican University of Wisconsin Law School
9 Henry W. Childs 1893–1899 Republican
10 Wallace B. Douglas 1899–1904 Republican University of Michigan Law School
11 William J. Donahower 1904–1905 Republican
12 Edward T. Young 1905–1909 Republican University of Minnesota Law School
13 George T. Simpson 1909-1912 Republican
14 Lyndon A. Smith 1912–1918 Republican Georgetown University Law Center
15 Clifford L. Hilton 1918–1927 Republican University of Wisconsin Law School
16 Albert F. Pratt 1927–1928 Republican University of Minnesota Law School
17 G. Aaron Youngquist 1928–1929 Republican St. Paul College of Law
18 Henry N. Benson 1929–1933 Republican University of Minnesota Law School
19 Harry H. Peterson 1933–1936 Farmer-Labor University of Minnesota Law School
20 William S. Ervin 1936–1939 Farmer-Labor University of Minnesota Law School
21 Joseph A. A. Burnquist 1939–1955 Republican University of Minnesota Law School
22 Miles Lord 1955–1960 DFL University of Minnesota Law School
23 Walter Mondale 1960–1964 DFL University of Minnesota Law School
24 Robert W. Mattson Sr. 1964–1967 DFL University of Minnesota Law School
25 Douglas M. Head 1967–1971 Republican University of Minnesota Law School
26 Warren Spannaus 1971–1983 DFL University of Minnesota Law School
27 Skip Humphrey 1983–1999 DFL University of Minnesota Law School
28 Mike Hatch 1999–2007 DFL University of Minnesota Law School
29 Lori Swanson 2007–2019 DFL William Mitchell College of Law
30 Keith Ellison 2019–present DFL University of Minnesota Law School

See also


External links

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