Former Congressman and 2008 Libertarian presidential nominee Bob Barr has allegedly told supporters that he will indeed run for Congress again, as a Republican in Georgia's 11th District.
Barr was at a Rotary Club meeting at the Georgian Club by Cobb Galleria and informed supporters that he was (according to Peach Pundit) "unambiguous" in his desire to run. Barr has been at many more Republican events within the 11th district over the past year, after leaving for the Libertarian platform.
While Barr seems to be making plans clear for himself, the current holder of the 11th District's seat has been a bit more "ambiguous". While Phil Gingrey is publicly giving us all a no-comment position, indicators are that he is indeed preparing for a Senate campaign run. Gingrey added consultant Chip Lake a few days ago, and yesterday word came out that he was adding several more campaign operatives from Nathan Deal's successful 2010 run - with Lake himself stating "All indications are he’s going to be running for U.S. Senate."
Still, no official word has come forth from the Gingrey camp as to whether he'll run again for the 11th or run for the Senate - recent flip-flops on other positions notwithstanding.
Sadly, the Republican primary is approximately 500 days away from occurring, which will still leave plenty of time for more flips and flops.