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Mitt Romney Offered a Clue He’s Running for Senate in Utah on Twitter

As a few savvy Twitter users noted, including Sahil Kapur at Bloomberg News, Romney has changed his location on the site from “Massachusetts” to Holladay, Utah, where he owns a mansion near the Wasatch mountain range. He also has homes in Park City ...

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Interesting timing, Mitt. By Spencer Buell · 1/3/2018, 11:12 a.m. Print Photo via AP Now that Orrin Hatch has announced he won’t seek reelection this year, the time is nigh for us to learn if Mitt Romney will follow through on his long-rumored plans to run for Senate in Utah. If there was any doubt at all about the former Massachusetts governor intentions, he offered a pretty significant tell on Twitter Tuesday night, just hours after Hatch, the longest-serving Republican in the Senate and an effusive ally of Donald Trump, made his announcementAs a few savvy Twitter users noted, including Sahil Kapur at Bloomberg News, Romney has changed his location on the site from “Massachusetts” to Holladay, Utah, where he owns a mansion near the Wasatch mountain rangeHe also has homes in Park City, San Diego, and New Hampshire, though he does not seem to own a place in Masscurrently, having sold his Belmont home in 2014His son Tagg still owns a home there. First screenshot: 3:12 PM EST today Second screenshot: 5:45 PM EST today See if you can spot the — Sahil Kapur (@sahilkapur) January 2, 2018 His prospects of winning in Utah look exceedingly good, if you ask the pollsters at FiveThirtyEightPolling suggests Romney—a Mormon and Brigham Young University alum whose family has a long history in Utah—is incredibly well-liked in the state. Meanwhile, Romney has still not said one way or the other if he’s runningHe offered a message of thanks to Hatch on Facebook on Tuesday, but nothing moreBut he (or probably more accurately, his staff) seems suddenly very concerned about where Twitter followers see him planting his flag. Read More About: Mitt Romney Spencer Buell Staff Writer at Boston Magazine You Might Also Like A Kingston Commuter Rail Train Hit a Truck in Weymouth Belichick Says He Hasn't Read the ESPN Story about the Pats U.SAttorney Won't Guarantee Legal Marijuana Trade in MassIs Safe Tom Brady: "I Am the Storm" Around The Web var layout = {"version":"1.0","configuration":{"rowCount":2,"columnCount":3,"border":{"top":0,"left":0,"bottom":0,"right":0},"borderColor":"#000000","rowSeparatorsHeight":0,"columnSeparatorsWidth":0,"spacing":6,"padding":{"top":1,"left":1,"bottom":1,"right":1},"productSection":{"imagePosition":"Top","imageSize":80,"imageMargin":{"top":1,"left":1,"bottom":1,"right":1},"textSection":{"title":{"fontSize":16,"alignment":"Left","fontFamily":["Chronicle Cond A","Chronicle Cond B","serif"],"normal":{"color":"#000000","bold":true,"italic":false,"underlined":false},"onHover":{"color":"#000000","bold":true,"italic":false,"underlined":true},"margin":{"top":1,"left":1,"bottom":1,"right":1}},"price":{"fontSize":11,"alignment":"Left","fontFamily":["Chronicle Cond A","Chronicle Cond B","serif"],"normal":{"color":"#292929","bold":true,"italic":false,"underlined":false},"onHover":{"color":"#292929","bold":true,"italic":false,"underlined":false},"margin":{"top":1,"left":1,"bottom":1,"right":1}},"rrp":{"fontSize":11,"alignment":"Right","fontFamily":["Chronicle Cond A","Chronicle Cond B","serif"],"normal":{"color":"#000000","bold":false,"italic":false,"underlined":false},"onHover":{"color":"#000000","bold":false,"italic":false,"underlined":false},"margin":{"top":1,"left":1,"bottom":1,"right":1}}},"backgroundColor":"#FFFFFF","padding":{"top":1,"left":1,"bottom":1,"right":1}},"runningElement":{"runningType":"Footer","runningBorder":{"top":0,"left":0,"bottom":0,"right":0},"height":20,"backgroundColor":"#ffffff","content":{"fontSize":11,"alignment":"Right","fontFamily":["Arial","Helvetica"],"normal":{"color":"#000000","bold":false,"italic":false,"underlined":false},"onHover":{"color":"#000000","bold":false,"italic":false,"underlined":false},"margin":{"top":1,"left":0,"bottom":1,"right":20}},"staticText":"Sponsored by"}}}; Criteo.DisplayAd( { 'zoneid' : 702406, 'containerid' : 'crt-702406', 'height' : 580, 'layout' : layout, 'passbackCode' : function(){ window._taboola = window._taboola || []; _taboola.push({ mode: 'thumbnails-a', container: 'taboola-below-article-thumbnails', placement: 'Below Article Thumbnails', target_type: 'mix' }); _taboola.push({flush: true}); } }); Trending On the Market: A Condo in a Beaux Arts Landmark Tom Brady on Instagram: “I Am the Storm” This Brookline Garage Was Transformed into a Sleek Single Family T.WFood Alums Will Take Over That Cambridge Restaurant Space What Pfizer’s Decision to Stop Looking for New Alzheimer’s Drugs Means for Research 16 Meal Replacement Smoothies Recipes Boston’s Drinking Problem

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