Former Michigan Senate Majority Leader Mike Bishop has set his sights on elective office again.
Bishop has filed as a candidate for the Oakland County prosecutor’s office, according to The Associated Press.
The Rochester Republican looks to unseat Democrat Jessica Cooper, the current county prosecutor.
Bishop, who was term-limited from seeking re-election to the Senate, mounted an unsuccessful campaign for state attorney general in 2010. He lost the GOP nomination in a squeaker to Bill Schuette, who won the November general election.
Bishop is currently working at Clark Hill PLC.