International Falls lawyer Dan Griffith has filed to run against Chief Justice Lorie Gildea on the Minnesota Supreme Court.
His website is up and running.
Griffith runs a solo law practice and before that he was both an assistant county and city attorney.
He said that he is running because voters, not the governor, should chose who serves on the Supreme Court.
He has run for judge three times before, most recently In 2008 he ran against Terri Stoneburner for a spot on the Minnesota Court of Appeals. He lost roughly 52 percent to 48 percent.
The filing period to run for judge closes Tuesday.