Senator NOT running for governor
While we weren’t told what else Marionneaux is NOT going to do, his announcement has brought pressure on me to announce what I am NOT going to do.
Making a decision of what one is NOT going to do is NOT something one takes lightly.
After NOT conferring with my family, friends and supporters I have reached a final decision about what I am NOT going to do.
Among the many things that I am NOT going to do, I am NOT going be a candidate for governor in this fall’s election.
I know that this decision will NOT be a surprise to anyone, but neither was Marionneaux’s. However, my failure to announce what I was NOT going to do has prevented others from announcing what they are NOT going to do.
This decision to NOT run should NOT be interpreted as I have ruled out future consideration of NOT running for political office.
Finally, I will NOT be accepting requests for interviews from the media about my decision NOT to run. I’ve already taken too much time away from my primary focus. As such, I intend to get back to the business of deciding what else I am NOT going to do.
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