MADRID, Spain (AP) -- Been there. Done that.
Former Senator John Edwards has ruled out being Barack Obama's running mate.
Speaking to reporters in Spain, Edwards says he had the privilege of running on the Democratic ticket in 2004 -- and is not interested in repeating the experience.
Edwards says Obama should select someone who genuinely shares his goals and governing style.
The North Carolina Democrat does say he'll campaign "very hard" to help Obama win the presidency. Edwards says there are a lot of issues they both care deeply about.
Edwards dropped out of the presidential race in late January.