TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ Attorney General Steve Six is planning to run for a full four-year term in 2010.
Six said during an interview on WIBW-AM in Topeka that he thinks he's turned the office around in the past few months and would like to keep the job a long time.
Spokeswoman Ashley Anstaett confirmed that Six plans to run.
Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, a fellow Democrat, appointed Six to the job in January to replace Paul Morrison. Morrison won the office in 2006 but was forced to resign because of a sex scandal.
State Republican Party Executive Director Christian Morgan said because of that scandal, Six will be watched closely. But he said the GOP is focused on elections this year.
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