Today: Call your Attorney General!

Today is the day that you can stand up for yourself and millions of other Americans. It’s the day when you can call upon your Attorney General and demand that he/she holds the big banks accountable for their crimes.

The 50-state Attorneys General have the opportunity to restore both millions of homeowners and our economy by delivering a strong settlement against the big banks. But the big bank’s lobby and spin machine is already in overdrive, trying to weaken a middle-of-the-road settlement proposal suggested by the Attorneys General in early March.

Our goal is to generate 10,000 calls and send a clear message to our Attorneys General to deliver a strong settlement. Will you be one of those 10,000 calls?

Hold Big Banks Accoutable!Call your Attorney General right now at 866-200-6444

Demand nothing less than a strong settlement against the big banks. By calling the 866 number, you will be directly connected to your state Attorney General’s office. Tell your Attorney General:

“My name is [__insert name__] and I am a resident of [STATE]. The Attorney General must come out in support a settlement that provides justice for millions of homeowners and holds the big banks accountable for their crimes. Nothing less is acceptable. Thank you.”

Then

Tell us how the call went!

Your First Name:
Your Email:
What did your AG, or the receptionist, tell you?

Why call your Attorney General? Read the 5 Reasons To Call Your AG today >>


STATE AG NAME PHONE
Alabama Luther Strange (334) 242-7300
Alaska John J. Burns (907) 465-3600
Arizona Tom Horne (602) 542-4266
Arkansas Dustin McDaniel (800) 482-8982
California Kamala Harris 510-622-4500
916-323-8270 (main comment voicemail)
Colorado John Suthers 303-866-4500
Connecticut George Jepsen (860) 808-5318
Delaware Beau Biden (302) 577-8338
District of Columbia Irvin Nathan (Acting) (202) 727-3400
Florida Pam Bondi (850) 414-3300
Georgia Sam Olens (404) 656-3300
Hawaii Mark Bennett (808) 586-1500
Idaho Lawrence Wasden (208) 334-2400
Illinois Lisa Madigan (312) 814-3000
Indiana Greg Zoeller (317) 232-6201
Iowa Tom Miller (515) 281-5164
Kansas Derek Schmidt (785) 296-2215
Kentucky Jack Conway (502) 696-5300
Louisiana James “Buddy” Caldwell (225) 326-6000
Maine William Schneider (207) 626-8800
Maryland Douglas F. Gansler (410) 576-6300
Massachusetts Martha Coakley (617) 727-2200
Michigan Bill Schuette (517) 373-1110
Minnesota Lori Swanson (651) 296-3353
Mississippi Jim Hood (601) 359-3680
Missouri Chris Koster (573) 751-3321
Montana Steve Bullock (406) 444-2026
Nebraska Jon Bruning (402) 471-2682
Nevada Catherine Cortez Mastro (775) 684-1100
New Hampshire Michael Delaney (603) 271-3658
New Jersey Paula T. Dow (609) 292-4925
New Mexico Gary King (505) 827-6000
New York Eric Schneiderman (518) 474-7330
North Carolina Roy Cooper (919) 716-6400
North Dakota Wayne Stenehjem (701) 328-2210
Ohio Mike DeWine (614) 466-4320
Oklahoma Scott Pruitt (405) 521-3921
Oregon John Kroger (503) 378-4400
Pennsylvania William H. Ryan, Jr. (Acting) (717) 787-3391
Rhode Island Peter Kilmartin (401) 274-4400
South Carolina Alan Wilson (803) 734-3970
South Dakota Marty Jackley (605) 773-3215
Tennessee Robert E. Cooper Jr. 615-741-3491
Texas Greg Abbott (512) 463-2100
Utah Mark Shurtleff (801) 538-9600
Vermont William Sorrell (802) 828-3173
Virginia Ken Cuccinelli (804) 786-2071
Washington Rob McKenna (360) 753-6200
West Virginia Darrel V. McGraw (304) 558-2021
Wisconsin J.B. Van Hollen (608) 266-1221
Wyoming Bruce A. Salzburg (307) 777-7841

P.S. Have you signed our petition yet? We’re gathering tens of thousands of signatures to deliver straight to the Attorneys General in the next month to demand a strong mortgage settlement. Sign the petition here.

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