REPORT: Senator tells Biden campaign she does not want to be vetted for VP
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Sen. Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) has declined to be vetted by former Vice President Biden’s presidential campaign as a potential running mate.
Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee, has long touted Shaheen as a possible pick for his vice president, along with fellow New Hampshire Sen. Maggie Hassan (D) and several other possible women candidates.
The article goes on to state the following:
However, Shaheen has officially denied Biden’s request to participate in the vetting process, a New Hampshire Democrat with direct knowledge of her discussions with Biden’s team confirmed to The Hill.
According to Shaheen, she is committed to the state of New Hampshire and prefers to stay in the Senate, CNN reported. Shaheen informed Biden’s vetting team of her decision when they reached out to her during initial conversations, according to reports.
— CNN Politics (@CNNPolitics) May 21, 2020
Per WMUR: BOTH New Hampshire senators were asked to participate in the initial vetting process https://t.co/5yVIBSjCa3
— Daniel Strauss (@DanielStrauss4) May 21, 2020
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