(CNN) – Christine O'Donnell, the tea party favorite whose unsuccessful bid for the U.S. Senate in 2010 was punctuated by a television ad proclaiming "I am not a witch," says she's considering another run to represent Delaware in 2014.
"I think I owe that to my supporters, to at least consider a run," O'Donnell told Delaware Online. "People sacrificed. Not only came out of their comfort zone – sacrificed to work hard in order to win the primary. And I think that I owe it to them to give it every consideration."
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In 2010, O'Donnell won Delaware's GOP primary contest against nine-term Rep. Mike Castle, who enjoyed backing from the national Republican establishment. She went on to lose by a large margin to the Democratic candidate, now-Sen. Chris Coons.
During the campaign, an interview emerged in which O'Donnell told talk show host Bill Maher that she had "dabbled in witchcraft" during college. Her campaign later produced a television ad in which she proclaimed, "I'm not a witch. I'm nothing you've heard. I'm you."
More recently, O'Donnell backed Mitt Romney early in the GOP presidential primary season, writing in December that she hoped her endorsement would "cause others to give him a second look."
Romney welcomed the endorsement, writing that O'Donnell "recognizes that excessive government threatens us now and threatens future generations."
If O'Donnell does jump into the 2014 Senate race and wins the GOP nomination, she will again face Coons, who will be up for re-election in two years after finishing out the length of Joe Biden's term. Biden was re-elected to the U.S. Senate in 2008, but gave up his seat to serve as vice president beginning in 2009.
A witch? Yea... she is.
Have to wonder who her supporters are.
the witch, the witch, the witch is back..stone cold sober it's a matter of fact...im a witch, im a witch and im better than you..anything that you do, im better than you oo oo oo...
She's got to be kidding.
""I think I owe that to my supporters, to at least consider a run," "
Oh Christine, I think those 5 people will get over it.
She is not me, I'm smart enough to cross the street on my own, unlike witchy poo...I also understand simple concepts that a growing country needs a growing govt.
The best thing she could do for America is to again become the Republican candidate for elected office.
You go(p), girl!
the question is not "do her supporters want her to run" but, does the GOP want to risk running a nutjob who has no chance of winning!
Hard to believe Tea Party voters in Delaware would give this Palin clone another chance.
The GOP are infamous for having fools like this associated with their party (i.e. Akin, Palin, Perry, Dubya, Texas Hammer Delay, Limbaugh, Beck, Mitt, Ryan, etc., etc). This moron Odonnel fits right in to the GOP persona and I bet there are plenty of tea party neo-radicals that will elect her
The "I'm not a witch" ad looked like it was straight out of Saturday Night Live. What's in store for the encore? Might I humbly suggest "I'm not a martian/android/sea otter."
Oh lord....Here we go again.....These delusional people think we forget what they are about...When she loses again, hopefully she will finally go into obscurity.
And people thought Sarah Palin was a dingbat.
This lady is just plain crazy.
The GOP just cannot stoop any lower.
Romney endorses the "I'm not a witch" and "I'm just like you"??? Talk about out of touch.
Of course she will. She's a professional political candidate. She was investigated last time for paying her bills with campaign money. She must be running low on money and attention again.
Ms. O'Donnell should consider other tasks which do not require her to be elected. There are many jobs to do and asking people to support another run for public office will probably not produce different results. Her supporters should give her suggestions.
So the former "Hogworts" student is considering yet another bid...hilarious.
Santorum said that smart people will never be on their side. You want to know why? Look at the kind of candidates they are running.
She's more qualified to be a witch than a senator. Unless you're a Tea Partier of course, then there is no difference.
Oh please, do it! The Democrats could use an easy mark, and we could all use a laugh.
Seriously speaking, there are people in this country so hell bent of destroying the president and going to yet another senseless war (which we can't afford), she just might have a chance. I'm seriously starting to check out other countries, in case these unAmericans take power.
An endorsement from Christine O'Donnell is reason enough to NOT vote for Romney.
Christine O'DONNELL has often showed her ignorance of the Constitution; where is religious freedom guaranteed?why would she want to embarrase herself again with such limited grade school knowledge of the Constitition?
Democrat strategists must be delighted!
I think she owes it to Democrats and decent human beings everywhere to run so as to prevent any electable candidate from having a chance from the republican side.