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AG John Suthers considering run for Colorado Springs mayor

May 29, 2014 Updated: May 29, 2014 at 7:26 pm
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Colorado’s Attorney General John Suthers is considering a run for Colorado Springs mayor in 2015.

Rumors have swirled for months that Suthers has been talking with Colorado Springs business leaders about a possible run.

“I am very fortunate that I have lots of options,” Suthers, 62, told reporter Andrea Sinclair during a recent interview about the Colorado Bureau of Investigation.

“I am considering a run for mayor, and I will make up my mind in September,” he said.

Suthers was appointed as Attorney General in 2005 to fill the seat of Ken Salazar, who was elected to the U.S. Senate. He won the seat in 2006 and 2010.

Colorado Springs elected its first strong mayor, Steve Bach, in 2010.

For more from reporter Monica Mendoza, click here.

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