Scott Brown’s surprise announcement on Friday that he will not to run in the June special election to fill retiring Senator John Kerry (D-MA)’s seat has left Republicans in a desperate scramble to find a candidate.  ABC News runs down the GOP’s mess in Massachusetts:

Scott Brown? No. Former State Sen. Richard Tisei? No. Former Gov. Bill Weld? No. Tagg Romney? No. Former Lieutenant Gov. Kerry Healey? No. So, who exactly is left to run for the GOP in the special U.S. Senate election in Massachusetts? The seat — now available because of John Kerry’s departure to the State Department — may have no credible Republican to run for it after all the big names have said “no.” The burden of needing 10,000 signatures in less than four weeks and having to run again in 2014 plus the surprise when Brown decided against jumping in, leaves the state GOP scrambling to find someone to get in the race…

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