Georgia AG Resigns As Head Of National Group For GOP AGs Over Robocall Urging Cultists To March On Capitol

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports:

Chris Carr has stepped down as chairman of a national group that advocates for Republican attorneys general, citing a “significant difference of opinion” in the organization’s direction following a robocall that urged people to march to the U.S. Capitol and “stop the steal” ahead of the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection.

Carr, Georgia’s GOP attorney general and a potential U.S. Senate candidate, wrote in a letter last week that he was quitting as the leader of the Republican Attorneys General Association because of an irreconcilable rift over the organization’s direction.

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