Previous KUWTK series star Caitlyn Jenner has political ambitions.
Caitlyn Jenner’s website reported that she will run for governor of California.
On Friday, the Olympic gold medalist and former reality TV star made a statement on social media.
” Over the past decade, we have seen glimpses of the Golden State dwindle because of a one-party rule that puts politics over progress and special interests over people,” Jenner, 71, said.
“The campaign will focus on finding solutions, developing a roadmap back to prosperity to turn this state around, and finally undo the damage Newsom has done to this state.”
Caitlin called herself a “compassionate disruptor.” She stated, “Fighting entrenched politicians and the special interests that fund them in Sacramento requires a fighter who is not afraid to do what is right.”
At the same time, Caitlin added: “I am a proven winner and the only outsider who can end Gavin Newsom’s disastrous tenure as governor.”
Caitlin announced that she was running for governor.
Despite this, the news did not generate widespread support, with many calling on her to instead “be a voice for transgender lives.”
” That’s exactly where you are needed. Save your time and money! Use your voice to support LGBTQ,” one fan appealed to her.
” You want to be a public servant; try running for city council, school board, or mayor first,” shared another.
Kaitlyn with her family
The current governor of California, Newsom, is facing a recall.
If he is recalled, California residents will be asked to cast two votes: remove him from office and choose a replacement from a list of candidates.
As you know, Kathleen endorsed Donald Trump in the 2016 election but withdrew her support in 2018 when he caved into the transgender community.
Gavin Newsom could be forced into a recall effort.
According to voting records, she did not vote for Trump in the 2016 election.
The recall remains in question; organizers calling for the governor’s removal claim they have more than 1.5 million signatures needed to trigger the election.
However, action has yet to be taken, and polls show that more than half of the state’s residents support the governor.