Fox News contributor Laura Ingraham is mulling a run for U.S. Senate in Virginia, challenging Democratic senator and vice-presidential nominee Tim Kaine.

“I’m considering it,” Ingraham said on "Fox & Friends" this morning. “I think it’s always good to mix things up, and I’ve been in Washington for a long time, and I have great respect for the Congress and institutions of government."

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“I’ve had a great privilege to serve the country in the judicial branch, as a law clerk, at the executive branch for President Reagan. And it might be something I’m interested in.”

She said she hasn't made any decisions yet, but she has heard from many "well-connected" Virginians who are encouraging her to run.

"That's very flattering," Ingraham said. "I'll decide in the future, and 'Fox & Friends' will be the first to know once I make a decision."

Watch the "Fox & Friends" clip above.

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