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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 LevinPresident Trump, listen to candidate Trump and keep Volcker Rule Republicans can learn from John McCain’s heroism Trump and GOP wise to keep tax reform and infrastructure separate 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 AmashThe five kinds of Republicans who could primary Trump Overnight Defense: Military won't lift transgender ban until Trump sends directions | House passes national security spending | Russian sanctions bill heads to Trump Overnight Finance: House passes spending bill with border wall funds | Ryan drops border tax idea | Russia sanctions bill goes to Trump's desk | Dems grill bank regulator picks 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.