As voters begin to realize that prosecutors in the world's most
incarcerated nation may not be the best people to run the government,
the era of the prosecutor politician could be on its way out.
Eric Holder’s recent visit to New Hampshire has sparked speculation that he might mount a presidential run in 2020.
During a June 1 visit at the “Politics and Eggs” series at Saint Anselm College in Goffstown, the former U.S. attorney general blasted gerrymandering—“I think our democracy is under attack”—but puzzlingly endorsed the restrictive voter registration law that New Hampshire Republicans have pushed through the state legislature that now awaits review in the state’s highest court.