LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) - A Democrat and a Republican have formally filed paperwork to run for Arkansas attorney general.
Lawyer Leslie Rutledge filed for the post as a Republican on Thursday, followed by state Rep. Nate Steel, who is seeking the Democratic nomination.
Republican lawyer David Sterling entered the race on Wednesday.
Incumbent Democratic Attorney General Dustin McDaniel is not eligible to run for re-election.
The primary election is scheduled for May 20, and the general election is set for November 4.
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