Sunday, April 24, 2005

Musical chairs

The Boston Globe reports that William Weld, former governor of Massachusetts, is considering running for senator or governor -- of New York. Weld, a Republican who narrowly lost to John Kerry in the 1996 Senate election, has lived in New York since 2000. If he runs, he would face a formidable Democratic opponent against either Senator Hillary Clinton who is up for re-election or Eliot Spitzer, who announced earlier this year that he is running for governor.

Perhaps Governor George Pataki, who has served as governor of New York for 12 years, can move over to New Jersey? But then again, he wouldn't have lasted 12 years -- in the corrupt world of New Jersey politics, he would have been led away in chains long before then.

1 Comments:

Blogger Ha ha hit him again said...

perhaps whitman to CT?

4/24/2005 09:13:00 PM  

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