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Ex-USS Cole CO Mulls Run Against Reid

Monday, 08 Feb 2010 09:19 AM

 

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Retired Navy Commander Kirk S. Lippold is mulling a run for U.S. Senate in Nevada, two sources said Thursday. Lippold was commanding officer of the USS Cole in 2000 when it was attacked in an al-Qaida suicide bombing in the harbor of Aden, in Yemen. He retired from the Navy in 2007, according to a reviewjournal.com report.

Kirk would join a crowded field wanting to take on incumbent Sen. Harry Reid, a Democrat. The deadline for filing is March 12.

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