DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Democratic Attorney General Tom Miller says he will seek a ninth term in office.
Miller kicked off a series of news conferences in Des Moines on Wednesday. He also plans announcements in Cedar Rapids and Dubuque.
The 69-year-old Miller says he has a “wonderful job” and is proud of his work on public safety issues and consumer protection. He says there is more to be done, including investigating for-profit colleges and looking at debt collection practices.
Miller was first elected to the post in 1978. Except for one term in the early 1990s, he has held the job ever since.