Caitlyn Jenner files initial paperwork in bid for Calif. governor

Transgender Icon Caitlyn Jenner To Run For California Governor

"As we move to swiftly decarbonize our transportation sector and create a healthier future for our children, I've made it clear I don't see a role for fracking in that future and, similarly, believe that California needs to move beyond oil".

"Her support of Donald Trump, the most virulent and vocal anti-LGBTQ president in American history, and her decision to hire Trump's inner circle for her campaign are just two examples why", he said.

"I think that Caitlyn will talk to anyone, Democrat or Republican". The recall against Newsom is being pushed by Republican figures like Jenner; the GOP is a almost powerless minority in California, the nation's most populous state.

"But for the past decade, we have seen the glimmer of the Golden State reduced by one-party rule that places politics over progress and special interests over people", she added.

Caitlyn Jenner announced her candidacy this morning.

Jenner is the biggest celebrity name to enter the race so far besides former porn star Mary Carey, who also ran in 2003.

Her run would come almost two decades after the ascendancy of Arnold Schwarzenegger, another Republican who used his Hollywood fame as a springboard to California's highest office in a 2003 recall election. But it's not clear what her actual policies are besides the rote Republican "lower taxes" thing, and she has zero experience in local or state or federal government.

As the Associated Press notes, Jenner started calling herself "economically conservative [and] socially progressive" sometime past year. The others are: Businessman John Cox, the 2018 GOP gubernatorial nominee who lost to Newsom by almost 25 points; former San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer; and former Rep. Doug Ose have already launched campaigns.

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If there is one, voters would be asked whether the governor should be recalled and if so, who should succeed him.

The recall effort largely has been fueled by criticism of Newsom's handling of the pandemic, which shuttered schools and closed thousands of businesses.

"This is Gavin Newsom's California, where he orders us to stay home but goes out to dinner with his lobbyist friends". "We're going to need help keeping up with Caitlyn's personal wealth and ability to raise money from right-wing donors now that she has Trump's team with her", the email said. Now she wants us to trust her?

"I don't think she's going to use it to further her own objective, but rather bring awareness to what's happening here", Dunsmore said.

Jenner supported Trump in 2016 but later criticized his administration's reversal of a directive on transgender access to public school bathrooms. Jenner is a long-time Republican, and her campaign team is reportedly heaving with former Trump campaign advisers, according to Axios.

It's all moot anyway as polling suggests that the Newsom recall doesn't stand much of a chance - it's likely to happen though, as supporters of the recall appear to have collected enough signatures.

"The question is how Jenner decides to campaign".

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