"Clueless" star Stacey Dash has ended her bid for a seat in California's 44th congressional district.
Former commentator Fox News announced the news with a statement posted on Twitter. "After much prayer, introspection and discussion with my family, I withdraw my candidacy for the 44th Congressional District of California," she wrote.
The actress said she was still determined to "improve the lives of people who have been forgotten by the Democratic Party for decades."
"At this point I believe that the general bitterness that our political Surrounding trial, taking part in the rigors of campaigning and holding elected offices that would be detrimental to my family's health and well-being. "The testimony also stems from the backlash that has served as a conservative commentator on Fox News over the past few years has pointed to their comments. For example, in 201
She finished the letter by admitting: "The decision to resign by candidacy was a difficult decision, but I have to go where I believe God is leading me."
She announced her plans to run for public office in February. The 44th district in California is currently represented by a Democrat, Nanette Barragan, and includes North Long Beach, San Pedro, Watts and Compton.