Another Republican says he Won't Run for Mass. Senate Seat

One potential Republican candidate is taking himself out of the special U.S. Senate election, the Herald has learned.

Pictured: Richard Tisei
Former GOP state Senate Majority Leader Richard Tisei, who narrowly lost a congressional race to U.S. Rep. John Tierney last November, confirmed he will not be running, and said he is focusing more on another run for Congress.

"I'm going to stick to what I wanted to do," said Tisei, who also was the GOP lieutenant governor nominee in 2010. Tisei plans to send out a statement tomorrow telling Republicans of his decision.

Massachusetts Republicans are still scrambling to find a candidate in the June 25 special election after former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown announced he was taking a pass on another Senate campaign.

SOURCE: Hillary Chabot
The Boston Herald
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