"I'll make that decision in time," he said, and offered no timeline for the decision when pressed.
Rep. Shelley Moore CapitoShelley Moore CapitoGOP senators: Give states the option of keeping ObamaCare Five takeaways from Pruitt's EPA hearing Last Congress far from ‘do-nothing’ MORE (R-W.V.) threw her hat in the ring for the Republican nomination on Monday. Republicans believe she's one of the strongest possible challengers in the state. She's expected to consolidate establishment support behind her easily, though she could face a challenge from conservative groups unhappy with her spending record.
But Rockefeller said he was "not at all" concerned about her bid.