66 elected prosecutors around the country are backing Suffolk County District Attorney Rachael Rollins’ nomination to be the next United States Attorney for the District of Massachusetts by issuing a joint statement supporting her. Those prosecutors include Berkshire District Attorney Andrea Harrington.

President Biden nominated Rollins to serve as U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts in July. The Senate Judiciary Committee’s vote in September ended up as an 11-11 tie after several members pushed what the document says are distortions and falsehoods concerning Rollins’ work as District Attorney.

You can read the joint statement HERE.

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Here is the list of elected prosecutors, including Berkshire District Attorney Andrea Harrington, that are supporting Rollins' nomination:
Diana Becton
District Attorney, Contra Costa County, California

Wesley Bell
Prosecuting Attorney, St. Louis County, Missouri

Buta Biberaj
Commonwealth’s Attorney, Loudoun County, Virginia

Sherry Boston
District Attorney, DeKalb County, Georgia

Chesa Boudin
District Attorney, City and County of San Francisco, California

Aisha Braveboy
State’s Attorney, Prince George’s County, Maryland

Leevin Camacho
Attorney General, Guam

John Choi
County Attorney, Ramsey County (St. Paul), Minnesota

Dave Clegg
District Attorney, Ulster County, New York

Shameca Collins
District Attorney, 6th Judicial District, Mississippi

Scott Colom
District Attorney, 16th Judicial District, Mississippi

Laura Conover
County Attorney, Pima County (Tucson), Arizona

John Creuzot
District Attorney, Dallas County, Texas

Satana Deberry
District Attorney, Durham County, North Carolina

Parisa Dehghani-Tafti
Commonwealth’s Attorney, Arlington County and the City of Falls Church, Virginia

Steve Descano
Commonwealth’s Attorney, Fairfax County, Virginia

Thomas J. Donovan Jr.
Attorney General, Vermont

Michael Dougherty
District Attorney, 20th Judicial District (Boulder), Colorado

Mark Dupree
District Attorney, Wyandotte County (Kansas City), Kansas

Matt Ellis
District Attorney, Wasco County, Oregon

Keith Ellison
Attorney General, Minnesota

Kimberly M. Foxx
State’s Attorney, Cook County (Chicago), Illinois

Kimberly Gardner
Circuit Attorney, City of St. Louis, Missouri

José Garza
District Attorney, Travis County (Austin), Texas

George Gascón
District Attorney, Los Angeles County, California
Former District Attorney, City and County of San Francisco, California
Former Chief, San Francisco Police Department, California
Former Chief, Mesa Police Department, Arizona

Sarah F. George
State’s Attorney, Chittenden County (Burlington), Vermont

Joe Gonzales
District Attorney, Bexar County (San Antonio), Texas

Mark Gonzalez
District Attorney, Nueces County (Corpus Christi), Texas

Deborah Gonzalez
District Attorney, Western Judicial Circuit (Athens), Georgia

Eric Gonzalez
District Attorney, Kings County (Brooklyn), New York

Andrea Harrington
District Attorney, Berkshire County, Massachusetts

Jim Hingeley
Commonwealth’s Attorney, Albemarle County, Virginia

John Hummel
District Attorney, Deschutes County, Oregon

Natasha Irving
District Attorney, 6th Prosecutorial District, Maine

Michael Jackson
District Attorney, Dallas County, Alabama

Kathy Jennings
Attorney General, Delaware

Shalena Cook Jones
District Attorney, Chatham County (Savannah), Georgia

Lawrence S. Krasner
District Attorney, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Rebecca Like
Acting Prosecuting Attorney, County of Kaua’i, Hawaii

Brian S. Mason
District Attorney, 17th Judicial District, Colorado

Ryan Mears
Prosecuting Attorney, Marion County (Indianapolis), Indiana

Spencer Merriweather
District Attorney, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Brian Middleton
District Attorney, Fort Bend County, Texas

Stephanie Morales
Commonwealth’s Attorney, Portsmouth, Virginia

Marilyn Mosby
State’s Attorney, Baltimore City, Maryland

Jody Owens
District Attorney, Hinds County, Mississippi

Alonzo Payne
District Attorney, 12th Judicial District, Colorado

Joseph Platania
Commonwealth’s Attorney, City of Charlottesville, Virginia

Bryan Porter
Commonwealth’s Attorney, City of Alexandria, Virginia

Dalia Racine
District Attorney, Douglas County, Georgia

Karl Racine
Attorney General, District of Columbia

Kwame Raoul
Attorney General, Illinois

Tori Verber Salazar
District Attorney, San Joaquin County, California

Dan Satterberg
Prosecuting Attorney, King County (Seattle), Washington

Eli Savit
Prosecuting Attorney, Washtenaw County (Ann Arbor), Michigan

Mike Schmidt
District Attorney, Multnomah County (Portland), Oregon

Daniella Shorter
District Attorney, 22nd Judicial District, Mississippi

Carol Siemon
Prosecuting Attorney, Ingham County (Lansing), Michigan

Gregory Underwood
Commonwealth’s Attorney, City of Norfolk, Virginia

Matthew Van Houten
District Attorney, Tompkins County (Ithaca), New York

Cyrus R. Vance
District Attorney, New York County (Manhattan), New York

Andrew Warren
State Attorney, 13th Judicial Circuit (Tampa), Florida

Lynneice Washington
District Attorney, Jefferson County, Bessemer District, Alabama

Jared Williams
District Attorney, Augusta, Georgia

Todd Williams
District Attorney, Buncombe County (Asheville), North Carolina

Monique H. Worrell
State Attorney, 9th Judicial District (Orlando), Florida

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