WASHINGTON – Joe Lieberman, the 2000 Democratic vice presidential nominee with Al Gore, says he is not supporting Barack Obama for re-election, though he is undecided about how he will vote in November.
Lieberman, now an independent senator from Connecticut, made the statement on Sean Hannity’s nationally syndicated radio show today.
He added that he could see himself voting for Mitt Romney.
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"I'm happy not to be involved in electoral politics this year," he said.
Asked if would vote, Lieberman said he will go to the polls and, like many other Americans, make a final decision closer to the election.
Lieberman lost a primary bid in 2006 to retain his Senate seat, but ran successfully as an independent. He continues to caucus with Senate Democrats.