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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) -- After being cleared of criminal charges, The former mayor of Salt Lake County may return to the political arena.
Nancy Workman, who was acquitted of misusing public funds earlier this year, is considering running for county clerk next year.
Workman says the idea germinated while talking to political types about the 2006 races. She says her name has been cleared and it's an important race and position.
Workman says she bears no ill will toward the Republican Party, who replaced her on the 2004 ballot with home builder Ellis Ivory, who lost the mayor's race to Democrat Peter Corroon.
She says she never had any bitterness and has no problem with the party. She also says she had no feud with Democratic County Clerk Sherrie Swensen.
(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)