Caitlyn Jenner, 71, steps out in a blue floral midi skirt to a Starbucks rally in California after announcing she is running for state governor
Caitlyn Jenner stepped out in a blue floral skirt to a meeting at a Starbucks in California on Monday.
The 71-year-old Olympian clearly has a lot on her mind after she announced via Twitter late last month that she was running for governor of the state in California.
Jenner wrote on social media last month: ‘I’m in! California is Worth Fighting ‘and stated its intention to challenge the incumbent Democratic government Gavin Newsom in a recall.
New role: Caitlyn Jenner was spotted in a gorgeous blue floral skirt on her way to a meeting at Starbucks in Malibu, California, on Monday
Va-va-pious: Caitlyn stepped out of her bright yellow Porsche 911 and paired her floral skirt with a V-neck top and open-toe kitten heels amid plans to run as state governor
Caitlyn was spotted ahead of Monday’s meeting, getting out of her yellow Porsche 911.
She paired the skirt with a long-sleeved V-neck top and black kitten heels with open toes.
In a statement she made on her candidacy, Jenner said she was focused on things like boosting the economy, tax breaks and a stance against the state’s left-wing policies.
Competitions Jenner faces within the Republican Party include businessman John Cox, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer, and former Rep. Doug Ose.
On the road: As she walked away from her car, Caitlyn appeared deep in thought
She means business: Caitlyn announced her candidacy for governor of the state of California via Twitter late last month (pictured)
The winner of the 1976 Summer Olympics decathlon said in a statement that she is the only potential candidate “who can end Gavin Newsom’s disastrous time as governor.”
Newsom took note of Jenner’s announcement and ties in a statement to donors, noting her campaign’s ties to former President Donald Trump’s associates, including former Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale.
“We need help keeping track of Caitlyn’s personal wealth and ability to raise money from right-wing donors now that she has Trump’s team with her,” the governor’s campaign said in a fund-raising statement.
Hat in the ring: The former Olympian (pictured with her merchandise) announced her offer on April 23, and the Kardashian-Jenner clan has not yet publicly acknowledged the campaign