Cain to Announce Decision on Prez Run Saturday

Thursday, 12 May 2011 02:13 PM

By Dan Weil

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Likely Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain is scheduled to give an address announcing whether he will run Saturday in Atlanta’s Olympic Centennial Park, his presidential exploratory committee announced.

Herman Cain, GOP, president, Godfather'sGiven that the event includes entertainment and that Cain is convening a news conference afterward, you can bet that the conservative businessman is going to run.

He is best known as former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza. He also served as chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and as president of the National Restaurant Association. He worked at Pillsbury and Burger King and has served on the board of directors at Whirpool and Hallmark.

Cain recently placed second in a Zogby poll of Republican voters asking whom they support for president.


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