Las Vegas - GOP presidential contender Mitt Romney may no longer have Rick Santorum nipping at his heels but there's another stealth candidate out here that both he and President Obama may need to worry about: Betty White.
That's right. The nation's favorite nonagenarian actress said Tuesday at the National Association of Broadcaster's annual show that she's "just gonna stay running."
After announcing her presidential bid on CBS's "Late, Late Show" in October, White was asked how her campaign is going. "Not too well. Not too well," she told NAB CEO and President Gordon Smith. "I think I've got some opposition, but it's no more than they're having with each other out there right now. They can't agree on anything."
White was inducted into NAB's Broadcasting Hall of Fame for her more than seven decades of work on both the big and small screen, which has earned her multiple Emmys for television roles such as Sue Ann Nivens on the "Mary Tyler Moore Show" and as Rose Nylund on "The Golden Girls."
At 90, White is still on television, recently launching a new show on NBC called "Off Their Rockers" that enlists a group of senior citizens to prank the younger generation.
Asked what keeps her going, she quipped: "a little vodka never hurts." But she also credits her agent Jeff Witjas, who she said "he keeps me working. So that's the reason you can't get rid of me. I would go away if it weren't for Jeff."