Report: Fossella May Seek Re-Election

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Defying disgusted constituents and angry Republican leaders, disgraced Rep. Vito Fossella has told pals he plans to seek re-election.

And, shockingly, the Staten Island pol is feeling "pretty good," he confided to friends

"I got every indication that he plans to run again," said Guy Molinari, Fossella’s political mentor, who’s been in close contact with the embattled 43-year-old politician. Fossella is up for re-election in November.

"He’s not just inclined to run. He plans on running," said Molinari, a former congressman and Staten Island borough president who was succeeded by Fossella as the de facto leader of the borough’s GOP.
 

Report: Fossella May Seek Re-Election