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January 23, 2014 AT 6:43 AM
Texas and Florida voters could one day see a familiar name on the ballot: Sean Hannity of Fox News says he'd be open to becoming a candidate for elected office. In response to a question posed on Facebook this week, Hannity replied, "The answer is yes, I'd think about it." "It would be either Texas or Florida." Hannity, a favorite of conservatives, didn't specify what office he'd seek. But during an "Ask Sean" segment on Fox News, in which he answers Facebook and Twitter questions, Hannity said he's unhappy with both the Democratic and Republican parties. He called Democrats a "socialist party" and criticized Republicans for being "timid" and "anti-Obama" without offering a "positive, solution-oriented agenda."