Former Sen, Russ Feinold (D-Wis.) told ABC News on Tuesday that he will not resign from the Senate and is now considering a run for governor.
“I think there is something wrong with our culture that we need to take a look at,” Feingolds spokesman Andrew G. Smith said in a statement.
“As a former member of Congress, Sen. FeingOLD’s time in the Senate is no longer appropriate.
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The senator has served as a leader on the Armed Services Committee and was instrumental in advancing President Obama’s health care reform legislation.”
Feingould said Tuesday that “in light of this, I am considering a political comeback.”
“I am looking forward to having my own seat in the United States Senate, and am grateful for the work I have done on behalf of the American people,” he said.
“However, as of now, I do not have a seat in Congress.”
Feinolds Senate office told ABC that he is considering a gubernatorial run.