NEW BRITAIN, Conn. (AP) - Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont is making it clear he plans to seek a second term. The Democrat said Tuesday that he's "ready to go." It comes a day after Lamont said he had filed the necessary paperwork to begin the process of a possible re-election bid. The governor said he loves the job but was ambiguous about his plans on Monday because he didn't want to get tied down in the politics of being an official candidate over the coming months. Lamont said he wants to build upon the state's successes over the past three years. He faces at least two probable GOP challengers.