February 3, 2013
Ann Romney for Senate?
The idea is being seriously bandied about by some Bay State Republicans, still smarting from Scott Brown's decision not to make a run for the seat being vacated by John Kerry. Boston Herald: Ann Romney's inspiring battle against multiple sclerosis and her star turn on the GOP convention stage turned her into a popular national figure, especially among women voters in Massachusetts. "That would be a very interesting thing. I would certainly love her to think about something like that," said House Minority Leader Bradley Jones (R-North Reading). But Kaufman said Mitt's charismatic wife, who has never run for office, would be unlikely to take the plunge. "The timing is not great, and I don't think she sees herself as a candidate," he said. Other GOP leaders also raised the prospect of Mitt's eldest son, Tagg, launching a surprise Senate campaign. Tagg Romney was a close campaign adviser and surrogate for his father and is a successful businessman living in Belmont. The...(Read Full Post)