Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey isn't planning on running for a higher office.
That's what she said Wednesday evening on Broadside when she joined host Joe Battenfeld to talk about a variety of topics.
Healey, a Democrat, cited her commitment to serving state residents as their attorney general, and expressed hope about being re-elected.
She's been floated by political observers as a potential challenger to Governor Charlie Baker in 2018.
"Well, first of all, I am not running for governor. I am Attorney General," she started before Battenfeld interrupted her.
"In four years? Three years?" Battenfeld asked.
"Absolutely not," Healey said.
"Totally ruled out?"
"Absolutely," Healey said, quickly adding, "What I hope to be in a position to do four years from now is be in a position where I've done a good enough job as attorney general and people would like to see me re-elected as attorney general."
In the exchange, Healey added that she hopes Battenfeld holds her to her words.
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