HOOVER, Ala. (AP) -- Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange is kicking off his re-election campaign.
Strange will begin his re-election bid by filing his qualifying materials Monday morning at state Republican Party headquarters in Hoover.
It's not a surprise: Strange announced a year ago that he would seek a second term in 2014.
The attorney and former lobbyist defeated incumbent Troy King in the GOP primary in 2010, and then he went on to win the general election.
Strange has no announced opposition this year among either Republicans or Democrats.