New York Gov. David Paterson says Caroline Kennedy has told him she's interested in the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Hillary Rodham Clinton.
The Democratic governor will choose the replacement. He says Kennedy talked to him about the job Monday afternoon.
Paterson says that "it's not a campaign" and that Kennedy would like "at some point to sit down."
The daughter of the late President John F. Kennedy is the highest-profile candidate to express interest in the job. Her uncle Robert F. Kennedy once held the Senate seat she wants.
Clinton is expected to be confirmed as President-elect Barack Obama's secretary of state.
This program aired on December 15, 2008. The audio for this program is not available.