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Ann Romney introduces Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and her son Tagg at his election night party in Novi, Mich., Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio) Ann Romney introduces Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and her son Tagg at his election night party in Novi, Mich., Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)  

Tagg Romney ‘considering a run’ for Senate in Massachusetts

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      Vince Coglianese

      Vince Coglianese is the executive editor of The Daily Caller.

      His reporting has received wide coverage, including in the pages of The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post and The Drudge Report, among others. Vince has appeared as a guest on the Fox News Channel, CNN and CNBC, as well as other cable news networks. Additionally, Vince has been a guest on "The Sean Hannity Radio Show," Sirius XM''s "The Press Pool with Julie Mason," "The Schnitt Show" and Glenn Beck's TheBlaze TV.

      Prior to joining TheDC, Vince was the Web Editor for CarolinaCoastOnline.com, and a radio talk show host for The Talk Station (WTKF/WJNC) in Morehead City, N.C.

UPDATE: ABC News reported Monday that Tagg Romney will not run for the Senate seat.

The Boston Herald reported Monday that Tagg Romney, eldest son of former Gov. Mitt Romney, is “considering a run in the special Senate election [in Massachusetts] now that Scott Brown has opted out.”

Under the headline, “Tagg, you’re it for GOP Senate hopes,” Herald writer Hillary Chabot reveals the news, though doesn’t source the tip to any particular person:

Calls for Romney, 42, to join in the short campaign to replace Secretary of State John F. Kerry have increased since the Herald first reported heavyweight Republicans are urging both Romney and his mother, Ann, to get in.

The eldest son of former governor and presidential candidate Mitt Romney already has statewide name recognition and could quickly ramp up the campaign infrastructure for a short, five-month race.

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