Newark Mayor Cory Booker files paperwork for 2014 Senate run

Newark Mayor Cory Booker files paperwork for 2014 Senate run

Newark Mayor Cory Booker has filed paperwork allowing him to raise money to run for the US Senate in 2014, setting up intrigue over his political future and that of 89-year-old Frank Lautenberg, who currently holds the seat.

Booker made the filing Tuesday with the Federal Election Commission. The prolific social media user has not tweeted about it or made any public announcements about the filing.

But it came as no surprise. Booker, perhaps New Jersey’s highest-profile Democratic politician, announced last month that he would not challenge Republican incumbent Chris Christie and run for governor in 2013. Instead, Booker said, he was looking at a run for the Senate next year.

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