Caitlyn Jenner is reportedly eyeing the top job in California.
According to Axios, the former reality TV star has been "actively" exploring a run for governor of California. The site said she's even begun working with a longtime Republican fundraiser and is "talking with political consultants."
Caitlyn has long been open about her Republican values but told People magazine last year that she isn't a hardliner and has "changed."
"I've changed my thinking in a lot of ways," she said, adding that she considers herself to be "economically conservative, socially progressive."
"We need equality for all, regardless of who's in the White House," she said at the time.
In 2017, she also spoke against then-President Donald Trump's stance on gay marriage, and she later called his decision to reverse a directive that allowed transgender students to use bathrooms of the gender with which they identify a "disaster."
"Well @realDonaldTrump, from one Republican to another, this is a disaster," she tweeted in February 2017. "You made a promise to protect the LGBTQ community. Call me."
She also slammed Trump after his transgender military ban, saying, the soldiers were "much braver than you, Mr. Trump."
"My allegiance is with them and our country, not you," she added.
Interestingly, Axios reported the former Olympian is working with Caroline Wren, who worked at Trump Victory, a joint fundraising committee for Trump's 2020 campaign. Caroline also helped organized the Washington, D.C., rally that occurred just before the riot at the United States Capitol on Jan. 6.
California's current governor, Democrat Gavin Newsom, may be facing a recall election later this year.
Back in 2003, Gov. Gray Davis faced a similar election, and he was recalled and replaced by Arnold Schwarzenegger, who was affectionally dubbed the "Governator."