U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg retired once but was brought back in to save the day when Bob Torricelli faced corruption charges. Since coming back to the senate after that brief retirement, he apparently doesn't want to let go. This week he basically said he's not thinking about retirement, which of course would pave a smoother way for Newark mayor Cory Booker.

Is it time for new blood? Consider Frank Lautenberg would be nearly 90-years old if sworn into a new term in January of 2015. A U.S. Senate term is 6 years long. Would you be okay voting for a guy who was likely to die in office? Even if you like Frank Lautenberg, is it something to consider?