Kerry Might Run For Presidential Election
During a book signing in Denver and in an interview with 9NEWS, the 2004 Democratic nominee, Sen. John Kerry, rules in the possibility of 2008 presidential campaign.
He declared at the Tattered Cover bookstore that he currently had no desire to support any candidate for the office.
Kerry and his wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry, are concluding up a nationwide tour to promote their book, “This Moment on Earth,” highlighting booming attempts at the local level to enhance the environmental conditions.
Colorado Republican Party Chairman Dick Wadhams reacted at the news that Kerry may embark on another presidential run, saying, I would welcome John Kerry to the presidential race. He would fit right in with the current crop of candidates on the other side. Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, John Edwards, John Kerry, they all represent a really left-wing viewpoint of the Democratic Party.
On the question whether he projected that decision to alter in time for the 2008 race, Kerry replied, “If suddenly the field changed or the dynamics of the nation shifted, who knows? You might look at it differently, but I don't see that. I don't foresee that. That's not where I am today and that's not what I'm doing.”
In 2004, despite lost, Kerry won the second most number of votes for a presidential candidate in history.