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Preceded by  John Kroger
Name  Ellen Rosenblum
Spouse  Richard Meeker
Children  Cate Meeker, Will Meeker
Political party  Democratic
Role  Oregon Attorney General
Party  Democratic Party
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Governor  John Kitzhaber Kate Brown
Born  January 6, 1951 (age 64) Berkeley, California, U.S. (1951-01-06)
Alma mater  Scripps College University of Oregon
Office  Oregon Attorney General since 2012
Education  Scripps College, University of Oregon School of Law, University of Oregon
People also search for  Richard Meeker, Cate Meeker, Will Meeker

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Ellen F. Rosenblum (born January 6, 1951) is the Attorney General for the U.S. state of Oregon. She was sworn in on June 29, 2012, replacing John Kroger, who resigned to become President of Reed College. She is the first female Attorney General in Oregon's history.

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Early life

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Rosenblum was born in Berkeley, California, one of eight children of Victor and Louise Rosenblum. The family moved to Evanston, Illinois, where her father was a law professor at Northwestern University for 40 years,; he was also president of Reed College from 1968 to 1970. She graduated from Evanston Township High School and attended Scripps College before earning her undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon in 1971, where she also earned a law degree in 1975.

Law and judicial career

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In 1975, Rosenblum became an associate at the Eugene law firm of Hammons, Phillips and Jensen, and later became a partner in the firm. In 1980, she became an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Oregon, specializing in financial crimes. In 1989, she was appointed by Governor Neil Goldschmidt as a judge to the Multnomah County District Court where she presided until 1993, when Governor Barbara Roberts appointed her to a judge on the Multnomah County Circuit Court. In 2005, Governor Ted Kulongoski appointed her to fill a vacancy on the Oregon Court of Appeals, and she was elected to a full six-year term in 2006, and retired as a judge in May, 2011.

Attorney General

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Oregon Attorney General John Kroger announced in October 2011 that he would not seek another term, and in January 2012, Rosenblum announced that she would run for the Democratic nomination for the position. U.S. Attorney Dwight Holton also entered the race, and held an early fundraising advantage with the support of most of the state's law enforcement community. Rosenblum focused on social issues, and when Holton criticized the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act, Rosenblum gained the support of Oregon marijuana legalization supporters by pledging to "make marijuana enforcement a low priority, and protect the rights of medical marijuana patients." In the May Democratic primary, she went on to defeat Holton by nearly 30 percentage points to move on to the general election.

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In 2012, Kroger announced his resignation effective June 29, 2012 to become President of Reed College, and Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber named Rosenblum to replace Kroger effective that same day. Coincidentally, Rosenblum's father, Victor Rosenblum, had served as President of Reed from 1968 to 1970. Rosenblum became Oregon's first female Attorney General. She served in the appointed position until January and won the general election in November for a full term. Though no Republican filed in the primary, Portland attorney James Buchal received enough write-in votes to qualify for the November ballot as a Republican.

Personal

Rosenblum is married to Richard Meeker, the publisher (until 2015) and co-owner of the Willamette Week newspaper in Portland. The couple has two grown children.

References

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