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Former ADA Stutes will run for district attorney

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Former Assistant District Attorney Keith Stutes has ended months of speculation about his political future.

Last September the veteran prosecutor retired after 28 years on the job. Now, just shy of a year later, Stutes says he's decided to become a candidate for district attorney for the 15th Judicial District.

The position is currently held by Stutes's old boss, current District Attorney Mike Harson who indicated earlier this year he intends to run for re-elction.

Stutes says he'll make a public announcement after Labor Day.

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