Sen. Mitt Romney says he won’t run for a second term

Sen. Mitt Romney says he won’t run for a second term

It’s led to him being booed at the Utah Republican Party Convention and no shortage of Republicans lining up to replace him, even though he thinks he’d win again. Senator Romney certainly blazed his own brand and his own trail. And there was times that he was smack dab in the middle of where most Republicans are, and there were other times where he was maybe on the periphery of where Republicans are. Utah Republican Party Chair Rob Axson says expect a lot of people to consider a run. I would say there’s 10 to 15 people who have reached out to me over the last couple of months and a couple more over the last couple of hours. Two Republicans who’ve already jumped in, House Speaker Brad Wilson, who’s still in an exploratory campaign, told Fox 13 News in a statement he wished Romney well, even if they didn’t always see eye to eye. He says we’re at a crossroads and it’s never been more important to elect a strong conservative fighter and he’s been encouraged by the support he’s recei Stay tuned. Look, we only approximately to the state that’s not a lot of time 3.2 million people and we to just run every day. Riv stags is running. He’s ba trump and says it’s time on par with Mike Lee repr Senate. I’m grateful that aside and now it’s really going to enable us to move forward on this very conservative America First agenda that that we have. And here’s who tells me they are not running. Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes says he’s not going to go for the Senate seat even though he thinks that he would win. Former House Speaker Greg Hughes who recently ran for the Republican nomination of the 2nd Congressional District, says that he is not interested because he’s happy being quote citizen Hughes. Senator Romney says he’s not planning to endorse anyone. Senator Romney says he’s not planning to endorse anyone.

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