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      Democratic candidate for Michigan Attorney General stops in Marquette

      The Democratic candidate for Michigan's Attorney General position made an appearance Monday in Marquette.

      Candidate Mark Totten stopped at Marquette's Democratic Headquarters where he met with city leaders and voters before giving a short speech.

      He laid out what issues he would focus on if he defeats Republican incumbent Bill Schuette.

      "We're going to focus on fighting crime, protecting consumers when corporations take advantage of them and trying to protect the environment as well." said Totten.

      Totten is a law professor at Michigan State University and also served as a federal prosecutor.