It’s only two weeks away from the New York attorney general election, arguably the most powerful AG position in the country at this moment, and the headquarters of the Republican candidate is eerily quiet. When I arrived at its Midtown post in New York, there was no receptionist, no ringing phones, no loud voices (actually, no voices)—none of the hub-hub that you’d expect from campaign central. In fact, I had to poke into a couple of near-empty rooms to announce my appointment with Keith Wofford, the GOP candidate.

Until he decided to run for the AG post, Wofford was co-head of Ropes & Gray’s 300-plus-lawyer New York office. A bankruptcy and creditors’ rights lawyer, Wofford is now on leave from the firm.

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