Dan Senor Running For Senate? Former Bush Advisor, Campbell Brown's Husband Eyeing Gillibrand Challenge

04/26/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

Yet another famous face may be eyeing Kirsten Gillibrand's senate seat.

Dan Senor, the former Bush administration foreign policy advisor and husband to CNN's Campbell Brown, is said to be considering entering the New York senate race as a Republican.

According a New York Post source, Senor has been meeting with "political people and money types" around the state, and has already spoken with state GOP chairman Ed Cox.

New York Daily News owner and publisher Mort Zuckerman is also exploring a run on the Republican ticket.