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You never can tell if a potential candidate for high political office is or isn't going to actually run. Unless they definitively say they will, every other answer is usually a hedge. Even if they say in no uncertain terms that they will not run, they sometimes do anyway. So far, Big Ed Schultz, a liberal talk radio host, is being slightly less than coy, leaning more toward "won't run" than "will run." But after former Al Franken's finally victorious run for Senate, maybe Ed will find the lure too strong.
Can Ed Schultz follow Al Franken’s footsteps from radio to Senate?
Al Franken paved the way. Has progressive talk radio become the Democratic Party’s new farm league for the U.S. Senate? Maybe so, if the chatter about Ed Schultz running to replace North Dakota’s retiring Byron Dorgan turns out to be more than just talk. . .
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