After putting out feelers, conservative actress Stacey Dash is officially running for Congress. The former Fox News correspondent filed documents with the Federal Election Commission Monday, Feb. 26.
Dash, a Republican, seeks a spot in the California house in district 44. However, the district she’d be serving, which includes Compton and Watts, may make her election difficult.
The district had a majority vote for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, the rival of Donald Trump, whom Dash fiercely supports, in 2016. Clinton got support in the area 83 percent to 12 percent, according to CNN.
By the looks of it, many on Twitter agree the chances of success are slim for Dash, who is registered to vote in West Hollywood.
Only way she have a chance in hell is to become a Democrat/Independent, in a bikini, with the King and Playboy magazines as her posters with Kendrick Lamar by her side rapping “Hey y’all she’s alright!” Maybe….naw. Ain’t happening🖕🏾
— Soccer Dad (@teamwhitfield3) February 26, 2018
So Stacey Dash just filed to run for Congress in California’s 44th district that includes Long Beach and Compton. Has she not suffered enough humiliation? pic.twitter.com/eeOvdQfLwg
— hi Christians, hi Blacks (@dmnorwood) February 26, 2018
Clinton won this seat by a 71-point margin. So, no, Stacey Dash has no chance in hell of winning it. https://t.co/tINxJgdxS3
— Emily C. Singer (@CahnEmily) February 26, 2018