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By Abby Livingston Posted at 7:12 p.m. on Feb. 25, 2013
Republican state Auditor Mike Foley announced last week that he is considering a number of options for his political future.
He is currently mulling runs for the Senate, governor’s office, the House or another term as state auditor.
“All those options are being discussed and prayed about and thought about,” he told Nebraska Radio Network.
A House seat would open up if Republican Rep. Jeff Fortenberry decides to run for the Senate. Other names on the GOP radar include state Attorney General Jon Bruning and Treasurer Don Stenberg, who both lost Senate bids in 2012; Republican Reps. Adrian Smith and Lee Terry; businessman Pete Ricketts; and former state Treasurer Shane Osborn.
This is an open-seat race to replace retiring Republican Sen. Mike Johanns; CQ Roll Call rates it as Safe Republican.
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