Independent Eliot Cutler “Unlikely” To Challenge Snowe In 2012

From National Review Online:

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While he did not definitively rule out a future run for any office, Cutler did not sound at all like a Senate candidate, saying he has “no desire to live in Washington.”

He did leave the door open to future runs for office, including Governor in 2014. Cutler has remained active in Maine politics, hosting a series of “thank you” events for supporters of his gubernatorial campaign in recent weeks and headlining a No Labels telephone town hall on the 28th with former  Independent Governor of Florida Charlie Crist.

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