The Kardashian/Jenner family have bid farewell to "Keeping Up With The Kardashians," but they each have plenty to fall back on.
"It doesn't matter who the candidates are," Democratic strategist Garry South said of the recall effort targeting California Governor Gavin Newsom. "Newsom is going to beat it on the first line anyway."
"Keeping Up With the Kardashians" is over after 20 seasons. Thankfully, the Kardashian-Jenner sisters have got back together for a reunion episode.
Jenner applauded Trump for being a "disrupter," as she hopes to be if she ousts California Governor Gavin Newsom from office.
Caitlyn Jenner has vowed to tackle California's homeless crisis by building more affordable housing across the state.
"California needs to change. And I think it takes somebody like me, an outsider," Jenner told Politico.
Jenner acknowledged the state's reopening may make it harder for her to win re-election, but said: "California is not forgetting."
Polling at just 6 percent, Jenner faces an uphill battle to oust the governor from office.
Jenner pledged to "take on" Big Tech if she wins the recall election just as she did in the 1976 Olympics.
The Republican Party is emerging from its cocoon of populist rhetoric a changed animal—just not one that anyone needs or wants.
The reality TV star and California governor hopeful is being widely criticized for sharing a transphobic and distasteful post that was initially shared by Donald Trump Jr. on Instagram.
The already crowded field for a potential recall election continues to grow.
Newsom announced a state surplus and plans of how to spend it.
This still-young century has been filled with improbable outsider candidacies, from Schwarzenegger and Jesse Ventura as governors to the just-completed presidency of a billionaire mogul turned reality star.
The new poll also found that opposition to the gubernatorial recall campaign is growing among California voters.
Most of the California voters polled, 38 percent, said they wouldn't support any of the possible Republican candidates listed.
The Republican candidate for California governor said her friend with a private jet hangar planned to leave the state because of its homeless problem.
Jenner initially responded to the question by wishing her 95-year-old mother a happy birthday. Jenner has made statements both in favor and against trans athletes competing against females.
Businessman John Cox is looking to unseat Governor Gavin Newsom, who beat the Republican in a landslide in 2018.
The Republican gubernatorial candidate said she wants to take the "elitists" out of California's government.
"I oppose biological boys who are trans competing in girls sports in school," the prominent transgender celebrity and California gubernatorial hopeful said Saturday.
Organizers have obtained enough verified signatures to trigger a recall election for the governor in the fall.
The consultant said it's because Jenner has not yet spoken publicly about what she would do if elected governor.
The actor has said he was "seriously considering running" for Governor of California in a recall election—but does he stand a chance against Caitlyn Jenner?
The election is likely to take place in the fall and aspiring contenders have another 58 days to announce their campaigns.
"Anyone has a chance because the people are dissatisfied with what's going on here in California," the actor and former governor told Jimmy Kimmel.
The conservative commentator told Fox News that he is "not a huge fan" of the Republican Party supporting the transgender activist.
The gubernatorial hopeful slammed congressman Lieu's "condescending tone" while he shared a "Schoolhouse Rock video for you to educate yourself."