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Scott L. Rolle (R)

Scott L. Rolle

Office Sought: Maryland Attorney General
Age: 45
Residence: Frederick.
Education: BA, University of Dayton; JD, Ohio Northern University School of Law; FBI, National Law Institute.
Occupation: State's attorney; captain, U.S. Army Reserve.
Web site: http://www.scottrolle2006.com
E-mail address: rolleforag@hotmail.com

Elected offices/civic activities:

State's attorney, Frederick County, 1994-present; member, American Legion, Francis Scott Key Post, Habitat for Humanity, Rotary Club of Carroll Creek.

Why should voters elect you?

"Because I have the necessary experience and will to protect Marylanders from those who prey on our children, families and communities."

What do you think is the most urgent problem facing your jurisdiction?

"Our children need to be protected from sexual offenders who are getting out of prison too early and preying on them. As attorney general, I'll lead the fight to ensure that child sex offenders serve all of their time. The increasing threat of gangs is also one of the most urgent issues facing Maryland. Gangs are no longer a city problem, with groups such as MS-13 bleeding into suburban and rural areas, bringing with them gun violence. The attorney general must take the lead on this issue before our window of opportunity to combat this growing problem closes."

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