[Former President Bill] Clinton delivered the keynote address at the party's Jefferson Jackson Dinner, the kickoff to the 2010 campaign in Delaware -- a foray many Democrats hope will again feature "Biden for Senate" buttons.
But there was no word from Attorney General Biden on Tuesday night about whether he will run for the U.S. Senate seat once held by his father.
Mark my words, an announcement was expected last night; the Jefferson-Jackson dinner would have been the logical time and place for it, too. On the other hand, VP Biden's name does not have the luster... well, it never particularly had any real luster, but he doesn't poll well these days. And on the gripping hand, as one of Jim Geraghty's readers notes 2014 may be a more logical time for AG Biden to run for Senate anyway. Meanwhile, of course, Rep. Mike Castle (R-DE) is running for Senate himself. For those keeping score: no on stimulus, yes on cap-and-trade - but yes on Stupak/no on health care.
Possibly lately he's been... thoughtful... too.
Crossposted to Moe Lane.