The buzz in Massachusetts has quickly become a national conversation. Should Ann Romney consider running for the Senate seat vacated by John Kerry?
Former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown’s announcement Friday that he would not seek the seat vacated by John Kerry after his November loss to Elizabeth Warren surprised and upset Massachusetts Republican leaders. It also set some to thinking outside the box — way outside the box. Their thoughts are now turning to a Sen. Romney — specifically, a Sen. Ann Romney.
(Michael Dorstewitz, from Will Ann Romney consider a run for Kerry’s Senate seat? )
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