From 'Pure Politics': Mongiardo says he has "no plans" to run for office in the future
10/07/2010 07:07 PM
During an interview with Pure Politics Wednesday night, Lt. Gov. Daniel Mongiardo said he’d “never say never,” but that he currently has no plans to run for political office in the future.
Last month, the media reported that Mongiardo is selling a farm he purchased in Frankfort.
What do you think? Will Mongiardo, who has been in the state Senate, run for U.S. Senate twice and served nearly three years as lieutenant governor really stay out of politics after his term is over next year?
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