Chauncey Goss, the 45-year-old son of former U.S. Rep. Porter Goss, told the Naples Daily News that he’s getting in the race for the congressional seat held by Rep. Connie Mack, who is running for Senate, reports the News Service of Florida. Goss, who worked for the federal Office of Management and Budget and as a congressional staffer, now lives on Sanibel Island. Mack, a Republican, said last week he would seek the GOP nod in the U.S. Senate race. Several other candidates have also entered the race for Mack’s seat. They are Republicans Joe Davidow, Timothy Rossano and Lee County Commissioner Tammy Hall. The Naples Daily News has reported that former state Sen. Burt Saunders and former Rep. Dudley Goodlette, both Republicans, are also thinking of running. Democrat James Roach is also in the race.