Well, that was fast. Just over a month after the official filing of paperwork to secure a seat in California's 44th congressional district, Stacey Dash is no longer running for Congress. The Clueless alum and former Fox News commentator announced the news of a statement she had posted on Twitter on Friday night. "After much prayer, introspection, and conversation with my family, I withdraw my candidacy for the 44th Congressional District of California," begins the statement.
Dash goes on to say that the original goal of the actor was despite leaving the race. "To improve the lives of people who have been forgotten by the Democratic Party for decades" is yet to come, and she later reveals that her decision to withdraw her offer was mainly due to the fear that her loved ones' private life had of their election campaign She wrote,
"At this point, I believe that the general bitterness about our political process, participation in the rigors of the election campaign and the exercise of a chosen office would be detrimental to the health and well-being of my family. I would never want to betray the personal and spiritual principles that I most believe in: that my God and my family come first.
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"Either we want segregation or integration," she told the host Fox & Friends . "And if we do not want separation, then we need channels like BET and the BET Awards and the Image Awards get rid of where you are rewarded only when you're black. If it were the other way around, we would. That's a double standard.
In her statement, Dash briefly emphasizes the backlash that many of her previous comments have drawn, while pointing out that the "real controversy" is how "decades of government corruption and political disempowerment" have occurred within the 44th district At the end of February, Stacey Dash announced its offer for a seat in California's 44th congressional district, which includes cities and communities such as Compton, North Long Beach, San Pedro and Lynwood, and is currently represented by Nanette Barragán.
At the beginning of February, Dash tested the waters before publicly announcing their plans by asking them in half. One million Twitter followers, their thoughts that they were more immersed in politics and Candidate for her post next to a photo of what would later become her campaign slogan "Dash To DC" t she scoffed: "A number of people online and offline have suggested that I be promoted to political office. The congregation reflects on this idea as I consider the possibilities. Thoughts?
After her later decision to officially announce her run, the actress apparently received a fair amount of good feedback from her followers, following the tweet two weeks later, announcing in a separate tweet that " formal Explanations are coming . "Dash continued," For those who scoff at the district in which I live … open your mind. It's time for me to get up or shut up and I want to serve great people. "
Even though Stacey Dash withdrew her offer just a short month later, she made it clear in her official statement that she would continue to care about the Will express problems in the 44th district.
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