Toronto mayor David Miller just announced that he will not be running for a third term in the upcoming municipal election. Citing concerns over intensified pressure on family life, the two time mayor of Toronto bowed out of the running. Already three potential mayoral candidates have emerged: Denzil-Minnan Wong; a long time adversary of Miller, John Tory; a former leader of the Conservative Party of Canada and a talk show host for Newstalk 1010 and George Smitherman; the deputy premier.And the race has just begun to heat up. The weeks and months ahead of the municipal elections were expected to be a political roller coaster and Miller's bowing out changes almost nothing. Considering his faltering popularity, stepping away is probably a wise move on his part. And I for one will not miss him.