Gabrielle Giffords’ Husband Won’t Run for Congress in Wife’s Place

By the Associated Press | November 15, 2011 | 7:50 AM EST

En esta imagen sin fechar proporcionada por la cadena de televisión estadounidense ABC, la congresista Gabrielle Giffords y su esposo Mark Kelly son entrevistados por la presentadora Diane Sawyer para el programa 20/20. El programa que incluye la primera entrevista que Giffords ha concedido desde que recibió un disparo en la cabeza en Tucson durante el invierno pasado es transmitido el lunes 14 de noviembre de 2011. (Foto AP/ABC, Ida Mae Astute)

Washington (AP) — The husband of the congresswoman recovering from a mass shooting in Arizona says he has no interest in running for her House seat if she's unable to do so.

Former astronaut Mark Kelly says Rep. Gabrielle Giffords is "still improving" and she'd like to run for another term. Kelly tells ABC's "Good Morning America" his job is to "make sure she can get better so she can go back to her career."

Kelly says Giffords is working on "just stringing her sentences together" and says viewers "didn't see that so much" in Monday night's taped ABC interview. He says "It's going to happen."

Kelly says his wife "hasn't made the decision yet" whether to seek another term, but that "she'll know" when the time is right.