Meet Ellen Rosenblum
Ellen Rosenblum has spent her life fighting for and protecting the people of Oregon -- as a federal prosecutor, a judge, and as our Attorney General.
As Attorney General, Ellen has focused on standing up for the most vulnerable Oregonians, especially children and seniors. Under her leadership, the Department of Justice child support program secures an average of a million dollars a day for Oregon families.
She has protected Oregonians from unlawful trade practices, internet crimes against children, and international drug cartels. She has also worked to modernize our laws on privacy and data breach, as well as those that protect crime victims, including campus sexual assault and "revenge porn."
She's sought to protect our seniors and diverse communities from civil rights violations and consumer fraud, as well as to protect students from student loan scams.
And she has represented the people of Oregon in cases against some of the biggest corporations in America, ensuring that Oregonians are treated fairly.
Ellen Rosenblum was elected in November 2012 as Oregon's 17th -- and first woman -- Attorney General. She is a graduate of the University of Oregon and the University of Oregon School of Law.