Ex-porn star Mary Carey reportedly running for California governor

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Ex-porn star Mary Carey reportedly running for California governor

A former porn star and a Los Angeles billboard model who drives a pink corvette have reportedly thrown their hats in the ring to s

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A former porn star and a Los Angeles billboard model who drives a pink corvette have reportedly thrown their hats in the ring to succeed California Gov. Gavin Newsom in a possible recall election.

Mary Carey, a former adult actress whose real name is Mary Cook, said she has “big plans for California,” the LA Times reported.

“It is time for someone with a new attitude from outside of mainstream politics to lead,” the busty blonde said in a statement his week. “I can promise you — it won’t take long before all Californians will be satisfied with my job performance.”

The former VH1 reality TV star — who said she has retired from the porn business — has launched a campaign website that features merchandise and links to her personal site, where people can see her OnlyFans profile and pay to chat with her, the paper reported.

Official merchandise from Mary Carey's online store.
Official merchandise from Mary Carey’s online store.
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In her double-entendres-laden announcement, Carey pledged to boost entertainment and high-tech industries, provide help to small businesses hurt by the pandemic and provide drug rehab for the homeless.

“Finally a politician you want to be screwed by!” she says with a wink on her site.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom seen during a press conference on March 16, 2021.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom seen during a press conference on March 16, 2021.
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Carey, who starred in flicks such as “Dirty Angels: Welcome to Lust Angeles,” previously ran in in the 2003 recall election to replace then-Gov. Gray Davis – but insisted that her inspiration at that time was “a publicity gag.”

“The stunt worked out far better than they had hoped for, as Mary’s bubbly personality and sense of humor about herself, her profession and the campaign itself — not to mention her beauty — endeared her to the California public,” according to her bio.

Mary Carey ran in in the 2003 recall election to replace then-Gov. Gray Davis.
Mary Carey ran in in the 2003 recall election to replace then-Gov. Gray Davis.
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Meanwhile, billboard icon Angelyne, who also ran in 2003, told Los Angeles magazine that “if I win, I promise that I will not sit in an office, I’ll still drive my car as the governor’s office on wheels,” referring to her hot pink Corvette.

“People will be appointed to do things like put gas in my car. We’ll have a party and make a pretend governor and give everybody the option of being in power,” she said.

“It is time for someone with a new attitude from outside of mainstream politics to lead,”Mary Carey said in a statement his week. “I can promise you — it won’t take long before all Californians will be satisfied with my job performance.”
“It is time for someone with a new attitude from outside of mainstream politics to lead,”Mary Carey said in a statement his week. “I can promise you — it won’t take long before all Californians will be satisfied with my job performance.”
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On her campaign website, Angelyne calls herself “the key to California.”

“Hi, I’m running for governor of California, it’s just me and the dog,” she says while holding her pooch. “Would you please vote for us? We promise we’ll be really good. The dog only eats a little bit and I eat pizza and chocolate. Please vote for me.”

Gary Coleman seen with Mary Carey at the 2003 California recall election.
Gary Coleman seen with Mary Carey at the 2003 California recall election.
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As an independent, she garnered 2,536 votes in 2003. Carey, who also ran as an independent, placed 10th place with 11,179 votes.

Also considering running for Newsom’s job is former Olympian and reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner, 71.

Caitlyn Jenner is considering running for California governor.
Caitlyn Jenner is considering running for California governor.
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Jenner, a one-time supporter of former President Donald Trump, would challenge Newsom as a Republican, sources have told Axios.

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