Mitt Romney keeps dropping hints he's running for Senate - here's how the 70-year-old went from the world of investing to saving the Olympics and losing the presidency twice
When Mitt Romney,, lost the presidential election in 2012, pundits declared his time in politics over. But now the 70-year-old Republican seems to be mulling a comeback.
After Sen. Orin Hatch of Utah announced in January that he would retire at the end of his term this year, rumors started swirling that Romney would run for his seat.While he hasn't officially thrown his hat into the ring, Romney recently changed his location on Twitter in an apparent attempt to make it known that he resides in Utah, where residency is required to run for office. The former governor of Massachusetts said he'll make an announcement "about the Utah senate race" on February 15.
As Republican support for a potential Romney senate campaign grows, let's take a look back at the former presidential contender's life and career: