Stein sworn in as NC attorney general
January 2As people around the world rang in 2017 with celebrations, two of North Carolina’s highest-profile leaders took their oaths of office.
Josh Stein sworn in as North Carolina attorney general
January 1Josh Stein was sworn in as the state’s new attorney general Sunday at noon, about 12 hours after his old boss took the oath of office to become governor.
Josh Stein brings experience and commitment as NC’s new attorney general
December 31Josh Stein is as well-prepared as anyone could be to take over as North Carolina’s next attorney general. He’s served in that office, running the important consumer protection side of things, and in the General Assembly. Harvard-educated and a member of a family long active in so…
Republican Newton concedes to Democrat Stein in NC attorney general race
December 31Republican Buck Newton on Monday conceded his loss in North Carolina’s attorney general race to Josh Stein, keeping the office in Democratic hands.
Top Law Enforcement Officials Endorse Josh Stein for Attorney General
October 31Thirty Sheriffs and District Attorneys representing rural and urban counties throughout the state are endorsing Stein to become the state’s chief law enforcement officer.
Editorial: It's Josh Stein for attorney general over HB2's cheerleader
October 27We support the Democrat in the race, Josh Stein. The Raleigh lawyer spent much of his career leading consumer protection efforts in the state Attorney General’s office and served four terms in the state Senate representing Wake County. His work in the Department of Justice and state Se…
Our Opinion: For Attorney General
October 27North Carolina voters will choose a new attorney general for the first time in 16 years. Josh Stein is an excellent choice.
Greenville Daily Reflector, Winston-Salem Journal, Asheville Citizen-Times Endorse Josh Stein
October 27Stein is the clear choice.
Josh Stein seeks to lead attorney general’s office where he used to work
October 16Stein wears a business suit and touts his experience working under Attorney General Roy Cooper as a senior deputy attorney general handling consumer protection issues. During his seven years in the office, he led a major crackdown on the payday-lending industry. “I don’t need on-…
3 crucial races you don’t know much about – but should
October 14Former Democratic Sen. Josh Stein of Raleigh is a far better choice. He worked under Cooper for eight years as deputy attorney general for consumer protection, taking on predatory payday lenders and other exploitative corporations. The Harvard-trained lawyer articulates a compelling vision f…