June 6, 2023

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Caitlin Jenner is the candidate for governor of California

Caitlin Jenner is the candidate for governor of California

Caitlin Jenner, a former Olympian and member of the Kardashian clan, announced her candidacy for governor of California on Friday, becoming the first transgender person to hold the post in the United States.

“I,” the former decathlete who was crowned in Montreal in 1976, will officially launch his campaign “in the coming weeks”.

Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom’s added that “I am the real winner and the only” outsider “who can end a devastating tenure, a prominent transgender and longtime Republican activist.

Caitlin Jenner, 71, the former father of reality star Kim Kardashian, assured me, “I have been a lifelong compassionate agitator since representing the United States and winning the Olympic gold medal.”

The transgender activist has lived in California for “almost 50 years.”

“I came here because I know that everyone, regardless of their history or social status, can make their dreams come true,” she explains.

By shutting down the economy to fight the coronavirus “small businesses are ruined”, “the whole generation of children” are out of school for a year, and “too many taxes, ruining jobs, hurting families and placing a huge burden especially on those who cause the most harm”

The American West state may soon hold a referendum on the removal of the once-popular governor, whose star has waned with his decision to impose tough health sanctions to prevent an epidemic.

Officials must confirm by the end of April that the number of signatures (approximately 1.5 million) required to maintain this “recall ballot” has actually been reached.

If so, would you like to keep California voters in power from 2019, replacing Gavin Newsum, and if so, a referendum should be held to ask by whom.

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Former athlete, Bruce Jenner was born in 2015 to become a woman and take the first name Caitlin.

It is believed that she supported Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election, but regrets the decision she made two years later, and that the transgender community is constantly attacking the Republican president.