MONTGOMERY, Ala. (Legal Newsline) -- Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange told an Alabama news station this week he plans to seek a second term.
Strange, in an interview with Alabama 13 News Monday, said there is more he wants to do and that he was "looking forward" to running for re-election in 2014.
Strange, an attorney from Birmingham, defeated then-Attorney General Troy King in the 2010 Republican primary.
He went on to defeat his Democratic opponent, Montgomery lawyer James Anderson, to become the state's top lawyer.
Strange won with 58.8 percent of the vote, while Anderson garnered 41.1 percent.
So far, Strange faces no opposition in the 2014 race.
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