Tom Knox apparently doesn't want to be left out of the governor's race talk.
Knox, the millionaire businessman who was runner-up in the 2007 Democratic primary for mayor of Philadelphia, put out a release Monday that touted his hiring of veteran communications strategist Frank Keel as a sign of his intent to "mount another campaign for political office."
The release doesn't mention which office, specifically, but in a statement, Knox said that he is considering a run for the Democratic nomination to take on Gov. Corbett.
“Tom Corbett has failed the people of Pennsylvania and I am taking a very serious look at challenging him," Knox said. "Pennsylvanians are disillusioned with Corbett’s failed leadership and are rightly seeking a change. Corbett’s dismal job approval ratings provide testament to voters’ apathy towards rewarding him a second term."