Alabama's "Ten Commandments judge", former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice, Roy Moore, has announced he is running for governor again as a Republican.
Moore made the announcement Monday before supporters in Montgomery.
His campaign Web site, www.moore2010.com, went up earlier Monday, inviting supporters to sign a pledge to help elect Moore as governor.
Moore, 62, was ousted as chief justice in 2003 for refusing to obey a federal court order to remove his Ten Commandments monument from the Supreme Court building's rotunda. He ran for governor in 2006, but lost the Republican primary to incumbent Bob Riley.
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