Vetting Underway For Georgia Middle District U.S. Attorney
By Mary Jacoby | August 5, 2022 1:39 am

A former Georgia state senator, Michael Moore, is being vetted for the Middle District of Georgia U.S. Attorney position, a newspaper in Macon, Ga. reports.

The paper found out because an FBI agent doing a background check asked the Macon City Council clerk for assistance, and the clerk emailed all 15 members of the city council announcing that Moore was being vetted for the U.S. Attorney job.

Moore, a Democrat, practices law in Houston County, Ga., and is a former assistant district attorney. It’s unclear at this point who recommended him to the White House, as Georgia’s two U.S. senators, Johnny Isakson and Saxby Chambliss, are both Republicans. The newspaper article had no biographical information on Moore. If anyone would like to help us fill in the blanks, please email us at editors@mainjustice.com.

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