Former Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley, who resigned from office last year amid a lurid sex scandal, has not ruled out a run for U.S. Senate in 2020 against incumbent Doug Jones.
In a recent interview with Yellowhammer News, Bentley kept open the possibility of running, saying, “If God shows me a new avenue where I can do that, I’ll do it.”
Adding to the speculation is new activity on Bentley’s social media accounts.
But there is a potential legal hurdle. As part of Bentley’s plea agreement with prosecutors investigating his actions, he was prevented from running for ofﬁce again in the state — yet one former prosecutor says Bentley could get around that agreement.
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