Fox 2 (WJBK) – Former Republican gubernatorial candidate Perry Johnson will run another political Super Bowl ad next month — announcing his bid for the U.S. Senate and possibly U.S. president.
“I do have a very important announcement to make,” he said. “I’m going to be watching the Super Bowl coming up because I’m going to run an ad that might give you a real idea of where I’m going.”
With incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow no longer running, Johnson confirmed his interest in the seat.
But Johnson did not rule out the possibility, even if former President Donald Trump ran again. Johnson has not ruled out a run for the White House. In fact, his ads are likely to run in two key states the presidential candidate hopes to win. Both held early presidential primaries.
“It could be in Iowa, it could be in New Hampshire,” Johnson said.
Johnson reported that he hasn’t made a final decision on which position to seek, but he has until Feb. 12 to decide whether to shoot commercials in the next Super Bowl.
No one will confirm it, but all clues point to a White House bid.
Even if he loses, he will boost his popularity with voters to run for governor of Michigan within four years. Clearly Johnson made a mistake running for office.