DENVER (AP) - Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius says suggestions that she could be Barack Obama's running mate are "flattering and a little surreal." But she isn't saying whether she would accept.
Sebelius is one of several people whose names have been floated as possible vice presidential candidates for Obama, the presumptive Democratic nominee.
Former Sens. John Edwards and Sam Nunn have also been mentioned
Sebelius, co-chairwoman of the Democratic National Convention, made her comments Thursday on a visit to Denver, where the convention will be held Aug. 25-28.