Geraldo Rivera to run for Senate as a “New” Republican?

Television personality Geraldo Rivera on Friday outlined his views on abortion, gay marriage, immigration and entitlements as he considers a Republican bid for the U.S. Senate.

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Rivera is thinking about jumping into a 2014 race in New Jersey, where he has lived since 1989. In an interview with Fox News, where he hosts Geraldo At Large, Rivera called himself a “modern Republican” who lives in a Democratically blue state.

“There is a point of view that is unrepresented in states like New Jersey,” he said.

Sen. Frank Lautenberg is up for re-election next year. The Democrat has not yet said whether he’ll seek another term, but Newark Mayor Cory Booker has already declared his intention to run next year.

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