Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa, is still considering running for Senate, telling National Journal that he sees "a path to victory" in polling conducted on his behalf, but his "gut hasn't quite lined up yet."
In an interview with NJ's Fawn Johnson, published in the new issue of National Journal, King says he has had "little chats" with the National Republican Senatorial Committee, but he hasn't asked them to pledge their support "because I know that there isn't any point" in doing so.
From the interview:
National Journal subscribers can read more of the interview, including King's efforts to thwart immigration reform legislation introduced in the Senate this week, here.
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