Controversial pastor Scott Lively is considering a run for governor of Massachusetts.

According to The Republican, Lively is in the early stages exploring the viability of a campaign for the 2014 election.

“I'm probably 90 percent sure that I'm going to do it, but I'm holding back that 10 percent,” Lively said.

He added that he has yet to decided whether he would run as an independent, a Republican or a Democrat. “The third option,” he said, “is probably the least likely.”

Lively, the president of the Springfield, Massachusetts-based Abiding Truth Ministries, is currently being sued by a gay rights group in Uganda. The group claims that Lively “conspired with religious and political leaders in Uganda to whip up anti-gay hysteria with warnings that gay people would sodomize African children and corrupt their culture” and that his speech is in part responsible for the persecution of gay people in Uganda.

Lively is also the author of The Pink Swastika: Homosexuality in the Nazi Party, which attempts to draw parallels between the modern gay rights movement and Nazism, and calls gay rights dangerous.

He said he would run on a three-issue platform of abortion, fighting the “gay agenda” and education reform.