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(Salt Lake City-AP) -- The race for attorney general in Utah is starting to take shape.
Republican Mark Shurtleff holds the office now. Some thought he might try a run for governor when his term is up next year. But Shurtleff put that talk to rest and says he's running again for the state's top law enforcement job.
Now a Democrat has entered the race. Greg Skordas is chief deputy with the Salt Lake District Attorney's Office. Skordas has been chief deputy for eight years. He says it's time to make a bid for the Attorney General's Office.
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