Considering running for governor

Caitlyn Jenner first became known in the athletics arena, when she was one of the world‘s leading bitch fighters in the 70’s. In 1976, she even won Olympic gold.

But for most people, Jenner made herself known through the reality series “Keeping Up With The Kardashians”, where she and the others in the Kardashian clan let TV viewers into their fast-paced lives in California.

It was not until 2015 that Jenner took the first name Caitlyn. After Jenner and Kris Kardashian divorced the same year, Jenner announced that she was a trans woman and that she changed her first name to Bruce.

Together with Kris, Jenner has two daughters, Kendall and Kylie Jenner.

As mentioned, the family has been watching the TV screen in their own reality series, which has actually been rolling for well over 14 years with 20 seasons behind it.

Republicans on his neck

In recent years, Caitlyn Jenner has been an active voice in the fight for transgender rights in the United States.

Jenner is a sworn Republican and for a long time she was also a devoted supporter of Donald Trump. but in 2017 she turned then Trump stated that transgender students at American schools should not be allowed to choose which toilet to use.

And on Tuesday, several US media outlets report, among other things Axios Business Insider, that she is now considering stepping up political work further, by running for governor of her home state of California.

Axios writes that Jenner has already had talks with political advisers and that Caroline Wren is being considered as a possible person responsible for the campaign. Wren has previously worked for one of Donald Trump’s fundraising campaigns.

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In the footsteps of Schwarzenegger

The last time there was a gubernatorial election in California was in 2018, and Democrat Gavin Newsom ran away with the victory then. In principle, a term of governor lasts for four years.

But over the past year, several have been working to get a re-election in California, due to Newsom’s handling of the coronary pandemic. In total, more than two million signatures have been collected to get a re-election carried out, according to CNN.

STAR GOVERNOR: In 2003, Arnold Schwarzenegger was elected governor of California. Photo: Steve Yeater / AP / NTB

And already in the autumn, the stage may be set for a new election. The last time a Republican governor was back was in 2003, and then it was the movie star Arnold Schwarzenegger who had recruited. Since then it blew a strong democratic wind over The Golden State.

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