Bysiewicz undecided on political future

Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz says she hasn't ruled out running for office this year, even though the state Supreme Court ruled she was

HARTFORD - Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz says she hasn't ruled out running for office this year, even though the state Supreme Court ruled she was not qualified to run for attorney general.

Bysiewicz says she is still talking to family and friends about her plans.

She says she will attend the state Democrats nominating convention this weekend, but wouldn't say if she'll seek another office.

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