Which is pretty much a given.
I don't expect her to get a serious challenger. In fact, I don't think she even needs to campaign. But, well, never say never.
Rogero, who took office in December 2011 and is the city's first female mayor, said she has a number of items she wants to continue, including wrapping up the Cumberland Avenue project and making Knoxville more sustainable.
"I laid out a plan when I ran for office and we followed it," said Mayor Rogero. "We've made good progress toward that. We still have more to go."
The primary, which is non-partisan, is set for Sept. 29 with a November general election.