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Will Mike Huckabee Run in 2016?

LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee says he's still considering a potential presidential campaign in 2016.
 (Forbes.com)
(Forbes.com)
LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee says he's still considering a potential presidential campaign in 2016.

Huckabee sat down with Capitol View's Roby Brock during a recent trip to Little Rock to discuss a wide range of politics.

When asked about the possibility of a 2016 presidential bid, Huckabee didn't offer many hints as to which way he was leaning.

"The definitive answer is I haven't ruled anything out, but I have not made a decision," Huckabee said. "I'm talking to people around the country and weighing what my options are. I recognize my time may have passed or maybe the environment is such that maybe what I consider a hard-core conservative, or who's pragmatic, maybe there's no room for me. I understand that. Or maybe there is."

Huckabee finished second in the delegate count in the 2008 Republican Presidential primaries, and third in the popular vote and number of states won.

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