UPDATED Tuesday, April 7: First Selectman Tim Herbst has formally announced he will run for reelection in November\u2019s municipal election for the town's top office. He\u00a0 spoke to the The Times late Monday saying he waited to announce so that he could focus on governing. "I wanted to really focus on governing and getting the budget finalized and implementing a lot of reforms," he said. Among those goals was forming a Senior Center\/Library Building Committee. Herbst also talked about his future political goals. "My future plans are to focus on the next six months and I don't know what the future holds," he said. "I think the reason we did so well in the state treasurer campaign and ran the strongest campaign of any statewide candidate was that we were able to tell the Trumbull story and it's a good story of reform." Herbst made the original announcement on the Chaz and AJ in the Morning which airs on 99.1 WPLR, 102.9 the Whale and 95.9 the Fox. \u201cAfter five and a half years and a lot of success and hard work I\u2019m announcing that I\u2019m a candidate for reelection for first selectman of the Town of Trumbull,\u201d Herbst said. Hosts of the morning show asked if anyone would be surprised by the news. \u201cI think some people are waiting to see what I\u2019m going to do, coming off the state run last year,\u201d he said. The show\u2019s hosts also asked if Herbst would be considering a run for governor in the future. \u201cThat is a long way away,\u201d Herbst said. \u201cThat\u2019s kind of a yes,\u201d Host Chaz responded. Herbst said it was not a yes but that he is 34 and a run for governor could be something he considers years from now. Trumbull Democrats have not yet announced a candidate for first selectman.