Caitlyn Jenner considering running for office in the American senate

Cheryl Sanders
July 17, 2017

Olympic gold medalist, reality show star and transgender activist Caitlyn Jenner is weighing a run for the U.S. Senate representing California.

The 67-year-old reality TV star - who was known as Bruce Jenner prior to undergoing gender reassignment surgery - has revealed she is now weighing up the possibility of moving into politics, where she would represent the state of California. "[I] gotta find out where I can do a better job".

'Can I do a better job on the outside? Kind of working the perimeter of the political scene, being open, talk to anybody. But, unsure of where her activism will take her, Jenner said she didn't know whether she could have a more significant impact from inside the government or outside of it.

Nothing seems to be set in stone, but she did add, "I would look for a senatorial run".


Kid Rock said he is considering a run for public office, even establishing a website announcing his possible candidacy.

In 2016, the former Olympic champion attended the Republican National Convention, where she joked about the alleged contradiction between her political beliefs and gender status. "And if that's the case, if I find us on the inside, I would seriously look at it".

Jenner noted politics has always been "very intriguing" for her and explained that over the next six months she's going to be identifying where she can be of the most use for her causes.

Either way, he's considering a run for a California political seat, with the aim at improving the GOP's handling of such sensitive matters as transgenderism and gay rights.


Caitlyn Jenner starred in an E! docu-series called, "I Am Cait". "'Cause I got way too many secrets", she told CNN in late April. That, I realize is in anyone's mind is different, but you asked me what I think.

In Jenner's interview with Catsimatidis, she was very critical of the Democratic Party on the controversial issue of whether Democrats should align with Islamic groups that, according to Catsimatidis, promote Sharia law.

Jenner made it clear he would run on a pro-LGBTQ agenda, adding that if President Donald Trump or any Republican wanted help on reaching out to the community, he would be glad to assist.

"I liked Bruce. He was a good person. Give the people of this country the freedom to go out into the workforce without tons and tons and tons of regulations".


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