Attorney General Tom Miller announces campaign for 2022 reelection

Iowa’s Attorney General Tom Miller announced Saturday he will be running for reelection in 2022. The announcement came during the Polk County Democrats’ annual steak fry. “It is with humble gratitude and great excitement that I seek another term as Iowa’s attorney general,” Miller said. “My life’s work has been to serve Iowa as ‘the people’s lawyer,’ reading our laws in a fair and accurate manner, and striving to do what is right for every Iowan. I seek another term based on my record of accomplishments serving this state, and because now more than ever, it is critical that the attorney general remains a steadfast independent voice in our government.”Miller was initially elected as Attorney General in 1978, but did spend four years in private practice between 1991 and 1994. The Dubuque native attended Loras College and would go on to receive his law degree from Harvard.