Huckabee off Radio, On for 2016 Presidential Bid?

It appears that Governor Mike Huckabee may be getting a different answer to his prayers for a potential 2016 Presidential Run.  Huckabee ended his daily radio show and may be gearing up for the 2016 Presidential Race for the Republican Nomination

Huckabee related that he didn’t feel like he should run for the 2012 Republican nomination, “all the factors say go, but my heart says no


huckabee_radioHe has hosted the “Mike Huckabee Show” on Cumulus Media since April 2012, but said that it takes up to nine hours a day to prepare. “As for the new endeavors, at this time, it would best for me to say, ‘Stay tuned!'” he wrote on his Facebook page.


Supporters won’t have to wait long. On Friday, he is participating in a “Pastors and Pews” event in Little Rock, Arkansas, one of several politically-charged gatherings hosted by evangelical political operative David Lane and his American Renewal Project. Huckabee is also giving interviews to political reporters.

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