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State Rep. Chad Campbell is considering tossing his hat into the ring to be the next governor of Arizona.

Campbell cited his love for Arizona as part of his desire to run, and also a dissatisfaction with current Gov. Jan Brewer.

"I was raised to believe that if you aren't happy about a situation then you better do something about it," he said in a release. "Simply complaining was never the answer. That's why I ran for office in the first place."

Campbell said he has taken umbrage at the way Arizona has handled education, school safety and forgoing local business for out-of-state corporations.

Brewer's second term is up in 2014. She is considering another run, despite it being unknown if a governor can run for a third consecutive term if their first term was not full.

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