Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Frank Keating Endorses McCain

Former Governor of Oklahoma, Frank Keating has endorsed John McCain for the Republican Nomination for President.

Keating, who until January was considering a bid for the nomination himself, made the announcement on Sunday while campaigning for McCain in South Carolina.

"John McCain has been an honored servant of our country and his experience making common sense conservative policy sets him apart", Keating said.

"Our country learned powerful lessons from President Reagan, and Senator McCain's conservative convictions and effective approach are a living testament to his philosophies."

Could Keating be setting himself up as a possible Vice Presidential candidate with McCain? Its definitely possible.

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Keating - Not Running For President

Frank Keating, former Governor of Oklahoma, has indicated that he will not be seeking the Republican nomination for President of the United States.

According to Fox News, apparently Keating told his supporters "It's just not the right thing for me to do at this time."

Keating had spent the last month considering a run, even visiting key state South Carolina in late December.

Keating, who is 63 next month, may still have an opportunity in the future. He has not ruled out a future run for office, and he has a record of public service that is hard to beat.

Monday, January 15, 2007

Keating is considering a Run for President

Frank Keating, former Senator and Governor of Oklahoma, confirmed in December that he is considering a run for the Republican nomination for President of the United States.

Keating, who was considered by President Bush as a Vice Presidential Candidate in 2000, made the comments to a group of GOP supporters while he visited crucial state, South Carolina.