We wish Oregonians had a hard choice to make in the race for state Attorney General. They do not. Re-elect Ellen Rosenblum.

It's not a legal requirement but Oregon's attorney general should be an attorney. Republican Michael Cross, 54, is not an attorney. He is perhaps best know for the mounting a failed recall of Gov. Kate Brown. We can't fault his strong statements for public records and his concern to ensure Oregonians are protected from abuses by the government. Where's the record of legal accomplishments that would suggest he would make a good attorney general? It's not there.

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