Vaudreuil resigning as U.S. attorney after DOJ

John Vaudreuil is submitting his resignation letter today as U.S. attorney in the Western District of Wisconsin, which covers Madison and the western half of the state.
He's one of the 46 U.S. attorneys appointed by former President Obama that Attorney General Jeff Sessions asked to resign. DOJ spokeswoman Sarah Isgur Flores on Friday said Sessions was seeking resignations from the Obama appointees who haven't already left DOJ "to ensure a uniform transition."
That includes Vaudreuil, who was appointed in August 2010. Before his appointment, he had been assistant U.S. attorney for the district...

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