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LaHood Leaving Transportation Secretary Post After One Term

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Ray LaHood

Transportation Secretary Ray Lahood told the Chicago Tribune Thursday would only stay in his position for one term and will not run for public office again.

Lahood was a representive in Congress for 14 years. His position in Congress ended in January 2009 when he was nominated to his current post by President Obama.

He ruled out a run for governor, saying “I’m not running for public office anymore.” LaHood expects there will be opportunities for him in the private sector once leaving the government.

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