There's one more candidate for governor of Nebraska.
State Auditor Mike Foley will run for governor in the 2014 Republican primary.
Foley announced his candidacy Thursday at the Capitol, saying he will campaign on promises to respect taxpayers and make Nebraska more competitive.
Foley also promised to remain outspoken in his opposition to abortion.
Foley is the fourth candidate in the GOP field, which is expected to keep growing.
State Senators Charlie Janssen, Tom Carlson and Beau McCoy have already entered the race.
Omaha businessman and 2006 U.S. Senate nominee Pete Ricketts is also expected to enter the race.