A familiar face will be on the ballot for one of the state's top positions. Tuesday Attorney General Charles Foti went on the record for the first time with his political intentions.
He will be seeking another four year term as Louisiana's Attorney General.
Foti spoke to us in New Iberia as he was touring a local medical center. His decision to run again didn't come as a big surprise but it was the first time the Attorney General has publicly said he will be on the ballot for this year's October 20th primary.
Charles Foti: "I haven't made a formal announcement yet but I am running it. It has been my pleasure to be Attorney General for this great state and we plan to work over the next four years if God and the people are willing."
If elected, Foti told us that during the next four years he wants to protect families and protect life. He plans to go after sex offenders on the internet and also fight public corruption.
Foti first took office in 2004. Before that he served as Orleans Parish Sheriff for 30 years.