Connecticut Attorney General

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The Connecticut Attorney General is the state attorney general of Connecticut.

The Attorney General is elected to a four-year term. The current Attorney General is George Jepsen, a Democrat serving since January 5, 2011.

List of Attorneys General[edit]

Name Town Political Party Term
Charles Phelps Vernon Republican 1899–1903
William A. King Windham Republican 1903–1907
Marcus H. Holcomb Southington Republican 1907–1910
John H. Light Norwalk Republican 1910–1915
George E. Hinman Windham Republican 1915–1919
Frank E. Healy Windsor Locks Republican 1919–1927
Benjamin W. Alling New Britain Republican 1927–1931
Warren B. Burrows Groton Republican 1931–1935
Edward J. Daly Hartford Democratic 1935–1937
Charles J. McLaughlin West Hartford Democratic 1937–1938
Dennis P. O'Connor Hartford Democratic 1938–1939
Francis A. Pallotti Hartford Republican 1939–1945
William L. Hadden West Haven Republican 1945–1951
George C. Conway Guilford Republican 1951–1953
William L. Beers New Haven Republican 1953–1955
John J. Bracken Hartford Republican 1955–1959
Albert L. Coles Bridgeport Democratic 1959–1963
Harold M. Mulvey New Haven Democratic 1963–1968
Robert K. Killian Hartford Democratic 1968–1975
Carl R. Ajello Ansonia Democratic 1975–1983
Joseph I. Lieberman Stamford Democratic 1983–1989
Clarine Nardi Riddle New Haven Democratic 1989–1991
Richard Blumenthal Greenwich Democratic 1991–2011
George Jepsen Hartford Democratic 2011–present

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