1990s sitcom actor Ben Savage claims fame for his role in “Boy Meets World” and is officially campaigning to replace Rep. Adam Schiff (D-California) in the U.S. House of Representatives. It has started.
Savage, who reportedly considered running as a Democrat in January and reportedly submitted his paperwork, made the announcement in an Instagram post Monday, pushing the country forward as California’s representative, He told his followers that it would help restore trust in government.The 30th congressional district.
“Together, we can do better. I am a proud California union member, come from a family of unwavering service to our country and community, and a 30th A longtime resident of the district,” wrote the Democrat. “I am a firm believer in standing up for what is right, ensuring equality and expanding opportunities for all.”
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“I am running for Congress because it is time to restore confidence in government by offering rational, innovative and compassionate solutions to our country’s most pressing problems. And it’s time we need a new passionate leader who can help move this country forward, to ensure that the government does what it can to the best of its ability, unhindered by political divisions or particular interests. Please check,” he added.
Savage is one of many candidates already in the race after Schiff decided to run for Senate to replace outgoing Senator Diane Feinstein (D-California). But only Mr. Savage has the clear edge in terms of national visibility. for his acting career.
However, this is not his first experience as a candidate, as he failed to run for a seat on the West Hollywood City Council in 2022.
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California’s 30th congressional district includes many Los Angeles suburbs, including Savage’s hometown of West Hollywood, Burbank, and parts of Pasadena.
Savage rose to fame in the 90s playing Cory Matthews on Boy Meets World from 1993-2000. She returned to the role of Matthews in her recent spin-off The Girl She Meets World, which aired from 2014 to 2017.
He is also the younger brother of ‘The Wonder Years’ actor Fred Savage.
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According to Rolling Stone, in 2003, while studying political science at Stanford University, Savage interned with then-U.S. Senator Arlen Spector, Republican Pennsylvania. In a 2014 interview with the outlet, Savage thought the internship would be a fun experience, and DC said it’s all about connections.
Fox News’ Elizabeth Pritchett contributed to this report.