Don't look for U.S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald's name on a ballot -- ever.
The high-profile prosecutor said on WLS radio Friday that he has "no intention of ever running for any office."
Fitzgerald has the kind of name recognition any would-be politician would crave. He's widely known for prosecuting mobsters and corrupt politicians.
The career federal prosecutor was appointed to his post in Chicago in 2001 by President George W. Bush.