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Kim Kardashian Mulls Running For Glendale Mayor


Kim Kardashian, 31-year-old reality television star, may be interested in becoming a mayor in California, The Christian Post reports.

During an outtake from 27-year-old sister Khloe Kardashian’s “Khloe & Lamar” reality show, the older Kardashian spoke about becoming the mayor of Glendale, Calif. in the next five years. The sisters were making their way to former presidential candidate Ross Perot’s museum when they began speaking about Kardashian’s own political future.

The Armenian-American showed an interest in becoming the mayor of Glendale, a city with a large Armenian population.

“I decided I’m going to run for the mayor of Glendale,” Kardashian told her younger sister.

The reality television star spoke about moving to the area in order to meet the requirements needed to run for the political office in the next five years.

“You have to have a full residency in Glendale,” Kim told Khloe. “For real, Noel is going to head my campaign but it’s going to be in like five years. So I have to buy a house there, you have to have residency there.”

Kardashian told her sister about her plans to create a campaign to achieve her political goals with the help of her business associate and friend, Noelle Keshishian.

“So Noel and I are looking into all the requirements and she’s going to help me with my campaign,” Kardashian said. “It’s Armenian town.”

The reality television star seemed to want to speed up the process, saying “I need a way to cut five years.”

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