BY Michelle Garcia
April 08 2010 3:30 PM ET
Former U.S. representative Mark Foley, who was driven from office in 2007 when it was revealed that he had sent sexually explicit messages to congressional pages, is eyeing a possible run for mayor of West Palm Beach, Fla.
Foley told The Palm Beach Post that while he keeps "hearing the buzz, but there's no plan in place." However, Foley told some friends and colleagues that he is looking into the 2011 race, which has two official candidates so far, city commissioners Jeri Muoio and Molly Douglas.
He added that if commissioner Kimberly Mitchell, one of his longtime friends, decides not to run for the seat, it could open up a path for him to enter the race.
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