John F. Kennedy's last surviving child, daughter Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg, spoke to New York's governor about the Senate seat that will come open when Hillary Rodham Clinton becomes secretary of state. Kennedy and the governor are expected to meet as early as Saturday to discuss it further, according to people familiar with the conversation. Kennedy contacted Gov. David Paterson, according to a Democratic source who spoke on condition of anonymity because the conversation was private. Paterson will pick a senator to fill Clinton's vacated seat for the last two years of her term.