Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold says his chances to seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2008 are "probably higher" than one in 100.
Feingold says it's time for a "cheesehead" in the White House, but he doesn't know if he's the one to take that mantle.
And he says it's too early to commit to the race.
Feingold told ABC'S "This Week" that the country is overdue for a president from Wisconsin because there never has been one.
Feingold is mentioned as a possible candidate because of his anti-war views.
He is among the Democrats in recent months who have visited New Hampshire, the site of the first presidential primary.
He voted October 2002 against a resolution authorizing the president to use force in Iraq and was the first senator to call for a timetable to withdraw U-S troops from Iraq