Who will be democratic presidential candidate John Kerry's running mate? That's a question that's still unanswered. But one choice could be from Illinois.
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin says he's not interested in being Kerry’s running mate. But he didn't rule it out. The Illinois democrat was on CNN's "Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer" on Sunday. He told Blitzer that he likes the job he has. But he says if Kerry asked him to be his running mate he would have to, quote "talk it over with my family before making a final decision." Last month, Kerry announced that Durbin would be one of his two co-chairs of the democratic national committee
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