Vermont Governor Phil Scott at a change of command ceremony on Camp Johnson, Colchester, Vt., March, 3, 2019. Following six years of command, U.S. Air Force Maj. Gen. Steven Cray relinquished command to U.S. Army Col. Gregory Knight, whom was elected to the position by the Vermont legislature on April 21st. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Master Sgt. Sarah Mattison)

Vermont Republican Gov. Phil Scott announced Tuesday that he’s running for re-election.

Scott said he is seeking a fourth, two-year term in November because there’s much more work to do.

The governor said in a campaign email that he has worked to bring people together at a time when the country seems more polarized than ever.

“We’ve proven that when we put politics aside and pull together, we can successfully navigate a once-in-a-century pandemic better than most every other state across the country,” Scott said.

He said his priority will be on doing his job as governor and not campaigning.

“I’ve never run a negative campaign and never will, because Vermonters, and all Americans, deserve a better and more civil political space – if for no other reason than to be better role models for our children, because they’re watching us,” he said.

No candidates have filed paperwork with the state yet, but activist Brenda Siegel, a Democrat, has announced she is running for the seat.