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Rich Coleman has ended the speculation and announced he will seek re-election next May in Fort Langley-Aldergrove.
The Energy and Mines minister says his is strongly committed to Premier Christy Clark and the rest of the BC Liberal team as they seek a new mandate in 2013.
Coleman was first elected in 1996.
Some thought he might not run again in the wake of Finance Minister Kevin Falcon and Education Minister George Abbott announcing last week they were quitting politics.
The BC Liberals will need a new candidate in the riding of West Vancouver Sea to Sky.
MLA Joan McIntyre has announced she won't be seeking re-election.
She was first elected in 2005.
And Richmond Centre MLA Rob Howard also made it official this morning.
He won't be running again.
He says after 12 years in politics, he wants more family time.
He was first elected as a city councillor back in 2001.