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Ronna Romney McDaniel, who's also the granddaughter of former Michigan Gov. George Romney (R), told The Detroit News that she wouldn't run for retiring Sen. Carl LevinCarl LevinCongress: The sleeping watchdog Congress must not give companies tax reasons to move jobs overseas A lesson on abuse of power by Obama and his Senate allies MORE's (D-Mich.) seat.

"It's not the right time to put my kids through something like that," she told the paper.

"I'm a stay-at-home mom," Romney McDaniel continued. "My kids do not want me to run, and I said OK. That's what it comes down to."

Republicans who may still be interested in the seat include Reps. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) and Justin AmashJustin AmashOvernight Defense: House votes to renew surveillance program | More drones, troops headed to Afghanistan | Former officers urge lawmakers to curb Trump's nuclear powers Overnight Tech: House votes to reauthorize surveillance powers | Twitter on defensive after Project Veritas video | Senate panel to hold hearing on bitcoin Overnight Cybersecurity: House votes to renew NSA spying | Trump tweets spark confusion | Signs Russian hackers are targeting Olympics | Bannon expected to appear before House Intel panel MORE (R-Mich.), as well as former Michigan Secretary of State Terri Lynn Land.

On the Democratic side, Rep. Gary Peters (D-Mich.) and Democratic power broker Debbie Dingell, the wife of Rep. John Dingell (D-Mich.), are both looking into a bid.