Hillary Clinton: No plans to seek elected office

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
November 21, 2010 20:19

 
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Don't expect to see Hillary Rodham Clinton's name on an election ballot anytime soon.




The current secretary of state — and former Democratic senator and presidential candidate — said she's very happy in her job as America's top diplomat




She told "Fox News Sunday" that she's "not in any way interested in, or pursuing anything in elected office.




Clinton said she's committed to doing what she can to advance the interests and values of the United States.



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