LANSING, Mich.--- The paper work is in, and it's official.
Michigan Governor Rick Snyder will seek a second term.
Snyder filed for re-election this morning.
The republican turned in more than 26,000 signatures from supporters in all of the state's 83 counties to election officials.
Snyder was first elected in 2010.
That was his first campaign after spending a career in business, including a stint as president of Gateway Computers.
This year's opponent is Democrat Mark Schauer, a former state lawmaker and congressman from Battle Creek.