Another Democrat entered the ring for Michigan’s Attorney General Thursday.
Pat Miles is a former U.S. Attorney for Michigan’s Western District. He was appointed to the U.S. Attorney post by President Barack Obama. He voluntarily resigned when President Donald Trump took office.
Trump’s election was a driving force behind Miles’s decision to run, he said.
“We need somebody who will be an independent watchdog and who doesn’t answer to a president, a governor, or to corporate special interests, but only answers to the people,” Miles said.