HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania state Treasurer Rob McCord is stepping down from the job after six years.

McCord’s office said Thursday his last day will be Feb. 12.

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The 55-year-old Democrat was elected to two four-year terms in the office and ran unsuccessfully for governor last year, losing in the primary to Gov. Tom Wolf.

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The Montgomery County resident leaves with two years left in his final term. It’ll be up to Wolf to nominate a successor to fill the job through the 2016 election.

McCord’s office didn’t say what the former venture capitalist has planned for his future.

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