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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Former Arkansan has short tenure in Pennsylvania attorney general office

Posted By on Wed, Mar 4, 2015 at 6:35 AM

Aaron Sadler, a former journalist who'd been press spokesman for Attorney General Dustin McDaniel, took a job with the Pennsylvania attorney general, Kathleen Kane, Jan. 5. He's already pulled up stakes and headed to Louisiana to work for Attorney General Buddy Caldwell

From Politics PA:

He said that his Southern upbringing is what persuaded him to leave Kane’s office for the job in Louisiana, rather than the fact that a grand jury recommended charges against Kane.

“[Pennsylvania] was just not a good fit for me personally,” Sadler explained. “All my friends and family are in the South. I’ve certainly missed the culture, the warmer weather and, most importantly, the people that matter most to me.”

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