ATLANTA (AP) -- Consumer advocate and broadcast personality Clark Howard says he had decided not to run for mayor of Atlanta.
In an interview on WSB Radio Wednesday morning, Howard said, "As I got closer and closer to getting involved and got more involved in the political world and met with more and more people, it was clear that my life as I knew it with my children was over."
He said, "There was no way I could serve the people of Atlanta as I should, if I were to run for Mayor, and still be a good father to my kids. Just couldn't happen. I could not do that to my kids."