MADISON, Wis. - Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen said he expects to run for re-election in 2014.
Van Hollen told The Associated Press during an interview Tuesday he doesn't have any real political aspirations but wouldn't rule out the possibilities if someone approached him with ideas of him running for another office.
Van Hollen is entering the last two years of his second term as attorney general. He said he's still having fun at the Justice Department and feels challenged.
He said he's never had any real desire to move on.
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