It doesn't happen often, but when the sports world collides with politics, it's worth noting -- especially when it's an athlete who was a staunch su
September 3, 2009

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It doesn't happen often, but when the sports world collides with politics, it's worth noting -- especially when it's an athlete who was a staunch support of both George Bush and John McCain, eying Ted Kennedy's vacant Senate seat:

BOSTON -- Curt Schilling, the former major league pitcher who won the allegiance of Bostonians by leading the Red Sox to the 2004 World Series, said Wednesday that he has "some interest" in running for the seat held for nearly 50 years by Democratic Sen. Edward M. Kennedy.

Schilling, a registered independent and longtime Republican supporter, wrote on his blog that while his family and video game company, 38 Studios, are high priorities, "I do have some interest in the possibility."

The 42-year-old lives in suburban Medfield and campaigned for President George W. Bush in 2004 and Sen. John McCain in 2008. Read on...

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