The door is clearly ajar.
He couldn't find any voter groups he was confident would vote for him.
He was guaranteed $2 million a year, according to the 'Times.'
Like any time her campaign talks about Harold Ford Jr.
She's not exactly his director of research, or overly excited about his campaign.
The former Tennessean isn't Bible-thumping so much this time around, and for good reason.
And makes himself the perfect foil for Harold Ford Jr.!
One block, 30 blocks. Whatever.
Hopefully the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is prepared for all the exploded heads.
His changing opinions, not his sandals.
This is an endorsement he might want to give back.
That's what he told Cindy Adams, for some reason.
Ford calls Gillibrand a bird; Gillibrand calls him a child.
An insider pegs the chances at 80 percent. No kidding.
By making it more the GOP.
The non-candidate slips up while campaigning at a diner in Rockland County.
Ford takes a leave of absence from Merill Lynch so he can focus on "listening."