St. John's real estate agent Rodney Martin will run for the Newfoundland and Labrador Liberal party leadership.

He made is decision official Friday morning. Martin previously ran for St. John's city council.

So far four people have officially declared their intentions to run for the party leadership, including Martin.

Bern Coffey announced his candidacy Thursday afternoon. The St. John's lawyer is known for his role in the Cameron Inquiry.

Liberal Party veteran Danny Dumaresque was the first to announce his intention to run for the Newfoundland and Labrador Liberal Party leadership on Wednesday. The former MHA is a past Liberal party president.

Brad Cabana, who once unsuccessfully sought the leadership of the PC party, has also declared he wants the job.

He announced his intention through Twitter, stating on the website "after much discussion with fellow Liberals, and deliberation, I am pleased to announce my candidacy for leadership of the Liberal Party of NL."

The next Newfoundland and Labrador provincial election is set to be held on Oct. 11.