Rumors of Jenner's political aspirations resurfaced after Gov. Newsom's remember campaign attained over 2.1 million signatures lat month
The Olympian and reality TV celebrity addressed speculation of a possible effort run on Twitter on the weekend following Axios reported that she was coordinating with longtime GOP fundraiser Caroline Wren, who had ties to former President Donald Trump's 2020 effort.
On Sunday however, Jenner refused a tweet indicating she had been seriously contemplating a run from the Golden State, in which an attempt to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom is well underway.
Jenner stated California does not"need a #lgbt financial conservative and socially liberal candidate "
However, she continued,"I'm with Californians and will determine shortly. I've been here for 45+ years now and adore CA."
Jenner, 71, has allegedly considered running for public office before.
Rumors of Jenner's political aspirations resurfaced after Gov. Newsom's recall campaign attained over 2.1 million signatures in March despite just needing 1.5 million to get a recall vote this year's ballot.
A lot of other candidates have announced their candidacy to unseat that the Democrat governor.
California has a very low bar to go into a recall election. A candidate should pay roughly $4,000, which might entice considerable candidates and others maybe looking for fame, reports stated.
County election officials are allegedly place to ascertain whether remember proponents submitted the essential number of signatures to trigger an election in several of weeks.