Several high-profile candidates have aleady passed on a Senate run for John Kerry’s seat.
SCOTT BROWN announced Friday that he would not enter the race.
RICHARD TISEI, the former Senate minority leader, decided not to run.
WILLIAM WELD issued a one-sentence statement passing on the race.
CHARLIE BAKER flatly ruled out a run, opting to stay in the private sector.
TAGG ROMNEY said the timing wasn’t right for him to run for office.
KERRY HEALEY decided not to run, despite being urged to by others.
GABRIEL GOMEZ, a former Navy SEAL, has been telling GOP officials that he is seriously considering a run.
DAN WINSLOW, a state representative, may announce his entry into the special election race on Tuesday.