Former Senator Al Franken says he hasn't ruled out running for office again

Despite being accused of sexual misconduct, Former Senator Al Franken says he hasn’t "ruled out,” running for office again.

He also said he hasn’t ruled it in, while being interviewed on CBS Minnesota.

Fox News reports Franken did say, “I miss the whole job. I loved that job, I loved the job as Senator.”

He resigned in December after multiple women accused him of sexual misconduct.

Despite being urged by members of his party to resign, Franken was reluctant at first, arguing that he remembered the alleged events differently.

If Franken were to run again it wouldn’t be the first time someone accused of sexual misconduct ran for public office.

Former Alabama Senate Candidate Roy Moore was accused by multiple women of pursuing sexual or romantic relationships with them while they teenagers and he was in his 30s.

Moore lost the special election to Democratic Doug Jones.