A report this morning that New Hampshire state Senator Lou D'Allesandro, a Manchester Democrat, had talked to former Vice President Al Gore had many in New Hampshire's political community talking, but it appears there isn't much to it.
D'Allesandro said he called Gore on Sunday to simply congratulate him on his nominations for the Nobel Prize and an Oscar for his documentary "An Inconvenient Truth".
"He was very, very good to me when he was Vice President and I consider him a friend," D'Allesandro told the Globe.
D'Allesandro said there was no conversation about a Gore presidential run.
"It never came up," he said.
In 2004, D'Allesandro supported John Edwards for president and while he hasn't committed to Edwards for a second run, he said he most likely will eventually.