Letitia James will remain New York State Attorney General after beating Republican Michael Henry by a 55-45 margin across New York State, including 53-47 margins in Erie and Monroe counties.

James, who made history as both the first female and first Black New Yorker elected attorney general, has been a polarizing figure, particularly among Republicans who have been displeased with her handling of all things Donald Trump. Her time in office has largely been defined by high-profile investigations into Trump and former Gov. Andrew Cuomo.



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By Scott Leffler

Scott Leffler is the editor of All WNY News, program director of All WNY Radio, maker of All WNY Stuff and usually, the guy who breaks -- and then (hopefully) fixes things at All WNY. Aside from running All WNY, Scott is a professional narrator, voicing radio and TV commercials, audiobooks, phone systems, and a whole lot of YouTube videos.

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