(KSL News) -- We'll know by Labor Day whether or not Governor Mike Leavitt will be up for a fourth term. Leavitt says that's when he'll announce his decision.
He says if he runs he'll be prepared to fight off "anyone and everyone." And Leavitt is giving every appearance he plans to run.
Leavitt says he loves the job, is better at it than ever, and talks about things he has yet to accomplish.
If he does run challengers could include his long-time campaign chairman, Nolan Karras, and Scott M. Matheson Jr., the oldest son of the former Utah governor and dean of the University of Utah law school.