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Bloomberg to Google: No to Prez run

Bloomberg Hints He Won’t Run

Bloomberg, a technology mogul who founded the financial information company that bears his name, spoke to about 250 Google employees at their vast offices in Manhattan.

When asked if he was going to run for president, Bloomberg said, “No. Next question.”

Later, when a reporter asked about whether he might run, he said he is “not a candidate, and I’ll stay that way,” adding “I plan to finish out my term.”

Read entire AP story.

Thanks to Richard Winger’s Ballot Access News (BAN) for the tip

(jumping to wild speculation: Does this mean that Bloomberg was at Google to propose a merger to counter-act the possible Microsoft/Yahoo merger.  Bloogle?

Or in response to his friend Arnold’s endorsing McCain was Bloomberg in California to try his hand at acting:  Bloo Man Group?)

also from BAN (and back to reality):

Reform Institute Releases Study on Presidential Ballot Access

The Reform Institute, associated somewhat with U.S. Senator John McCain, released “Presidential Ballot Access: A State by State Scorecard” on January 30. The 70-page report can be seen here. The Report condemns restrictive ballot access laws, and for that, it is praiseworthy.

Read entire post.

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