He sounds like the natural successor to Bill Young, who’s pushing 80.Would he have to give up his mayorship to run for the Senate?
posted on 02/06/2009 11:25:30 AM PST
(Fred Thompson appears human-sized because he is actually standing a million miles away.)
I’d think that would only apply to statewide officials. Municipal officials may have a different set of rules. He’s up for reelection this year.
posted on 02/06/2009 11:29:35 AM PST
(~"This is what happens when you find a stranger in the Alps !"~~)
To: AuH2ORepublican; fieldmarshaldj; BillyBoy
He sounds like the natural successor to Bill Young, whos pushing 80.
I surprised Bill No So Young hasn't retired yet.
I didn't know St. Pete had a Republican Mayor. Officially a non-partisan office. Oh look he's from Chicago.
The election for Mayor is probably this November, the term is up in Jan '10. It would be his third if he seeks it.
posted on 02/06/2009 12:46:51 PM PST
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