Florida Attorney General a voter’s guide to the election

Type of Race: Partisan

Who can vote: All registered voters in Florida

What’s next: The winner will take office the first Monday in January.

How much does the position pay: $128,972

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Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody, right, faces challenger Aramis Ayala.


Aramis Ayala 

Party: Democrat

Age: 47 

Profession: Attorney/professor 

Qualifications: A graduate of the University of Michigan and the University of Detroit, Ayala served as a public defender and state attorney for the Ninth Judicial Circuit Court.  

Website: aramisayalafl.com 

Former Orange and Osceola State Attorney Aramis Ayala seeks to be Florida Attorney General

Q: What qualities do you possess that qualifies you to be the attorney general and top law enforcement officer of the State of Florida? In other words, what do you bring to the job? 

A: I’m proven. I took on the status quo to build safer, healthier communities. As Florida’s first Black State Attorney I created innovative pre-trial diversion programs, police accountability reforms and initiatives to support victims of domestic violence. My experience, ethics and commitment to justice are second to none. I have always fought for justice. 

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