Huckabee Is Reconsidering a 2012 Run

Sources tell Reuters unsatisfied Republicans are urging him back into the game

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A little (a lot?) late to the game, Mike Huckabee is once again mulling a Presidential bid, reports Reuters. "The conservative Huckabee, who appeals to evangelical Christians and is seen as an effective campaigner, is taking another look at jumping in, said the two sources" who Reuters describe as having spoken to Huckabee. After some public flirtation with campaigning, Huckabee announced last May on his Fox News show that he wouldn't run. Huckabee's guest this weekend is Mitt Romney. Some have speculated that he would offer his endorsement. Perhaps he'll challenge him to a one-on-one debate, instead?

Update 3:26 p.m.: HuckPAC’s Hogan Gidley denies any change of heart, reports RealClearPolitics. "[Huckabee]’s made his mind up, and he’s still comfortable with that decision."

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