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(KSL News) Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff says he will run for re-election. He also says he's optimistic about his chances of winning but says that depends on whether a Republican runs against him.
He tells the Deseret Morning News there are many things he has started that he would like to see finished, like the investigation into crimes in polygamy, fighting identity theft and battling drugs.
Shurtleff says this will be his third and final run for office.