Former Assemblyman William Flynn, who lost a third comeback bid in the 13th district last week, says he will run again. “I definitely will be running in 2007,” Flynn told PoliticsNJ.com. “Events showed that with a fair amount of money Iwould have won. I carried a majoirty of the towns (in the district.) With just 10% of the money spent in the targeted districts, I would have been successful. We were outspent 6-1. .My opponents will be lost in a maze of a Democratic Administration and probably accomplish little for their constituents. I also anticipate a great Corzine Administration which will be of great help in getting the voters to realize that they are better off with Democrats.” Flynn first won an Assembly seat in 1973 and lost it in the 1985 Kean landslide year. He lost Assembly races in 1987 and a Senate race in 2003.