This section includes statements by Governors, Secretaries of State, Attorney Generals, and the DC Mayor & other officials.
(AL) Secretary Merrill Condemns Violence in Our Nation’s Capitol
(AR) Lt. Governor Griffin Issues Statement on Violence and Storming of U.S. Capitol
(CA) Governor Newsom Statement on Protest at U.S. Capitol
(CO) Joint Statement from Governor Polis & Congressman Ken Buck on Events in Washington, D.C.
(CO) Statement from Attorney General Phil Weiser on today’s mob attack on the U.S. Capitol
(CT) Connecticut Secretary of the State Denise Merrill Statement on Violent Insurrection in Washington, D.C.
(CT) AG Tong Statement On Violent Insurrection
(DC) Mayor Bowser's January 5 letter to Acting Attorney General, Acting Defense Secretary, and Secretary of the Army (via Washington Post)
(DC) Mayor Bowser Orders Citywide Curfew Beginning at 6PM Today
(DC) Mayor Bowser Issues Mayor's Order Extending Today's Public Emergency for 15 Days
(DC) DC Council Statement on the Department of Defense’s Denial of DC’s National Guard Deployment Request
(DC) Mayor Bowser Delivers Situational Report for January 7, 2021
(DC) Metropolitan Police Department: Persons of Interest in Unrest-Related Offenses on January 6, 2021
(DC) DC Councilmember letter to USCP Chief (via @FenitN on Twitter)
(DC) AG Racine Leads Bipartisan Coalition of 50 Attorneys General Condemning Violent Attack on U.S. Capitol
(DC) Mayor Bowser’s Letter to U.S. Department of Homeland Security Acting Secretary Chad Wolf Regarding Inauguration Preparations
(DC) Joint Statement from Bowser, Hogan and Northam on Planning for the 59th Presidential Inauguration
(DC) Mayor Bowser Issues Mayor’s Order Extending the Pause of Various Activities through Inauguration
(DC) Mayor Bowser and Federal Partners to Hold Public Safety Briefing on Inauguration Preparations
(GA) Secretary Raffensperger Releases Letter to Pence, Congressional Leaders (direct to letter)
(HI) Office of the Governor - Statement by Governor David Ige
(IL) Attorney General Raoul Issues Statement Regarding Mob Violence at U.S. Capitol
(IL) Gov. Pritzker Calls On Congress to Impeach and Remove President Trump
(IN) Gov. Holcomb Statement on Events in Nation’s Capitol
(MD) Governor Hogan Statement on Events at the United States Capitol
(MD) “This Assault On Our Democracy Cannot Stand”: Governor Hogan Provides Update on Maryland’s Response to Insurrection at U.S. Capitol
(MD) Statement from Attorney General Frosh Following Attack on U.S. Capitol
(ME) Governor Mills Statement on Violence at U.S. Capitol
(MI) Attorney General Nessel Issues Statement on Death of U.S. Capitol Police Officer
(MN) Governor Walz, Lieutenant Governor Flanagan Statements on Attempted Insurrection at United States Capitol
(NE) Gov. Ricketts Comments on Violence at the U.S. Capitol
(NJ) Governor Murphy Announces Deployment of 500 National Guard Troops to Washington, D.C.
(NM) Governor issues statement on rioters at U.S. Capitol
(NV) Governor Sisolak issues statement on Nevada’s electoral votes
(NV) Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske Issues Statement on Recent Events in Washington, D.C.
(NY) Governor Cuomo Calls for President Trump's Resignation or Impeachment
(NY) Statement from Attorney General James on Coup Attempt at U.S. Capitol
(NY) Attorney General James Calls for Full DOJ Investigation Into Capitol Riots Instigated by President Trump, Trump Family Members and Associates, and Members of Congress
(OH) Governor DeWine Statement on Situation at U.S. Capitol
(OK) Attorney General Hunter Releases Statement on Violence at U.S. Capitol
(PA) Gov. Wolf Condemns Violence in D.C., Disinformation Campaign that Sparked Riots
(RI) Statement by Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea on U.S. Capitol Attack
(UT) Gov. Spencer J. Cox Urges Utahns to 'Stand Up and Speak Out Against Violence' at U.S. Capitol
(VA) Governor Northam Statement on Violence at United States Capitol
(VA) Governor Northam Statement on Death of Officer Brian D. Sicknick
(VT) Official Statement of Governor Phil Scott on Rioters in the U.S. Capitol
(WA) Inslee statement on events in Washington, D.C.
(WA) Inslee addresses Washingtonians following day of violence in both the state and nation's capital
(WI) Gov. Evers Releases Statement on Events in Washington D.C.