Sen. George Voinovich said Monday he won't seek re-election in 2010, becoming the fourth Republican to make departure plans since the Democratic landslide in November.The decision by Voinovich, considered a political moderate, set in motion jockeying in both parties to replace Ohio's senior senator.Former U.S. Rep. Rob Portman of Cincinnati, who also served as budget director and trade representative under President George W. Bush , plans to run for the seat, a source told The Associated Press.Portman has already lined up fundraising guru Mercer Reynolds as finance chair, said the official, who requested anonymity so as not to pre-empt a forthcoming announcement from Portman.The 72-year-old Voinovich said in a statement that challenges facing Ohio and the country will require him to devote all his energy to serving out his current term. Campaigning and fundraising would take time away from his work as a senator, he said."Those of us that have been given the honor to serve in these time...
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