Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron appears to be keeping his options open for Kentucky’s elections next year. Cameron fueled speculations when he spoke about his future during an interview on WKYT-TV’s Kentucky Newsmakers program.

The attorney general, who has been rumored to be a possible challenger to Democratic Gov. Andy Beshear, was asked if he plans to seek a second term as attorney general next year. Cameron then said he intends to be on the ballot. He also said he’s having conversations with his wife about “what that looks like for us.”