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Matthews Not Running For Senate

The New York Times is reporting that TV host Chris Matthews told the staff of his show tonight that he won't run for Senate. Check out the story here. Rumors have been flying for months that Matthews -- host of "Hardball" on MSNBC was considering running as a Democrat in 2010 for the Senate seat currently held by Republican Arlen Specter.

Matthews Not Running For Senate

The New York Times is reporting that TV host Chris Matthews told the staff of his show tonight that he won't run for Senate.

Check out the story here.

Rumors have been flying for months that Matthews -- host of "Hardball" on MSNBC was considering running as a Democrat in 2010 for the Senate seat currently held by Republican Arlen Specter.

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