Caitlyn Jenner Says She Will Support Measure To ‘Cut’ CA Legislature ‘Salary In Half’ When Governor

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Caitlyn Jenner said that if elected governor she will support a measure to “cut” the California legislature’s “salary in half.”

“Sacramento politicians work only about 30 weeks/yr, but they make nearly 3x the amount of the [average] Californian,” the California gubernatorial candidate tweeted Tuesday. (RELATED: FLASHBACK: Caitlyn Jenner Said Every Trans Person Should Have An Opportunity To Compete In Sports)

“It’s time we return that taxpayer money to the people,” Jenner added. “I can’t wait to support a ballot measure to make the legislature part-time and cut their 6 figure salary in half.”

The retired Olympic gold medalist recently made headlines by tweeting a promise to end “cancel culture” if elected governor. (RELATED: ‘Ignorant A-Hole’: Jimmy Kimmel Rails Against Caitlyn Jenner Following Hannity Interview On CA Homeless Population)

“When elected Governor of California, I will CANCEL cancel culture and wake up the woke,” the California gubernatorial candidate tweeted Thursday. (RELATED: Caitlyn Jenner Officially Files Paperwork To Run For California Governor)

Jenner made the run official by announcing in May that she was in the race following a recall against Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom.