Democrats mine Missouri attorney general’s office for information on Sen. Josh Hawley
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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — National Democrats have inundated the Missouri attorney general’s office with Sunshine Law requests this year — but they’re not looking for information on Eric Schmitt, the current attorney general running for U.S. Senate. The Democratic National Committee wants documents dating to U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley’s two years as Missouri attorney general, according to records obtained by the Post-Dispatch. The 89 separate open records requests since March from the DNC show Democrats are actively looking for information potentially damaging to Hawley as he possibly prepares for a pre...