Former Oklahoma state Sen. Randy Brogdon (R) announced his plans to run for governor of the Sooner State, posing the first GOP challenge to current Gov. Mary Fallin.
On Wednesday, Brogdon said on his website he will file the necessary paperwork to run for governor in 2014, saying he believes "Constitutional Conservative leadership is needed in the Governor’s office."
"Government is too big and too powerful and we all know it. It spends too much, borrows too much, taxes too much, regulates too much and snoops too much," Brogdon wrote. "We are in the fight of our lives for liberty, and I feel morally obligated to lead that fight on behalf of Oklahoma families."
Fallin kicked off her reelection campaign in October.
To read Brogdon's full announcement on his run for governor, go here.
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