BOSTON — Republican candidate for attorney general John Miller is launching his first television ad of the campaign.
In the 30-second spot, a narrator describes Miller as "independent, experienced, and balanced" and "a nationally recognized lawyer." Miller says he isn't looking at the state's top law enforcement office as a stepping stone to governor.
If elected, Miller says, he will pursue corruption, fraud and abuse, fight crime with 21st century technology, and protect the civil rights of all Massachusetts residents.
The Winchester resident has practiced international construction law and taught project packaging and contracting strategy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
He faces Democrat Maura Healey, a former state assistant prosecutor seeking to become the nation's first openly gay state attorney general.
The election is Nov. 4.
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