Caitlyn Jenner, a transgender activist and former Olympic champion, is considering whether to run for governor of California, USA, against the current Democrat in office, Gavin Newsom.
Information is advanced by The New York Times, who reveals that Jenner, a longtime Republican, is being advised by Brad Parscale, former Donald Trump campaign manager.
Known to belong to the Kardashian-Jenner clan, she became a transgender in 2015. Bruce became Caitlyn, becoming one of the most well-known transgender women in the world.
He has worked with other names associated with the former US president on a possible candidacy for governor.
Caitlyn supported Donald Trump at the start of his presidential candidacy, having terminated his support in 2018, following constant attacks on transgender rights.
However, the announcement of Newson’s re-election to office will be soon, despite controversies over the way he dealt with the pandemic, the American newspaper cites a recent survey that points out that only 40% of voters in that American state defend the departure of the current governor.