On December 2, 2020, the Maine Office of the Attorney General announced that Aaron M. Frey was re-elected by a joint convention of the Maine Legislature to a second two-year term.

Following the election, Attorney General Frey issued a statement in which he identified issues he will focus on during this term,

“As Attorney General, I am sworn to defend the Constitution and to ensure that the rule of law is protected. I also will continue to work with the Legislature and the Mills administration to ensure that our state does everything in its power to address the pandemic, to combat the opioid crisis and obtain accountability for opioid manufacturers, to engage productively in the process of creating substantial reforms in the states relationship with Maine’s tribal nations, and to find meaningful ways to make our criminal justice system more equitable.”