Wyoming Governor Matt Mead announced that he will seek a second term.
Mead officially launched his re-election campaign Tuesday in Cheyenne.
Mead says he believes he's performed well during his first years in office, and cited national rankings that place Wyoming among the top for business climate and financial condition.
Only two other candidates have declared their intention to run. They are State Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill and Cheyenne doctor Taylor Haynes. Like Mead, they are both Republicans.