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Gov. Margaret Spellings?

Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings might be done influencing national education policy and the No Child Left Behind Act come January 2009, when President Bush leaves office. But that doesn't mean she'll be necessarily stepping out of the limelight, or leaving politics behind.

A run for governor, or even U.S. Senator, in her home state of Texas may be in her future. This rumor has been floating around blogs for several weeks now, as people speculate where Spellings, a member of Bush's inner circle, will land once she leaves the federal government. Read more about what she may -- or may not -- do in a Fort Worth Star-Telegram story here.

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