Caitlyn Jenner, a former Olympic champion who is introduced to voters as the Republican nominee for California governor, released a video ad on Tuesday that misspelled her name.
Video Jenner attacks Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom for failures during the crisis, for his isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic, and for his insider-friendly policies.
But in a press release promoting the video, she was first referred to as Kailin, and then clarified the spelling.
Jenner, 71, won the decathlon at the 1976 Olympics, appeared on a Wheaties box, and later rose to prominence among the clan on the TV show Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
She hopes to dethrone Newsom in the looming recall race.
Arnold Schwarzenegger, another celebrity who served as Republican governor after recalling incumbent Democrat Gray Davis, said anyone could have a chance to race for governor.
In her 3-minute video, Jenner recalls moving to California 48 years ago to become a great athlete. But she says the state now needs a smart destroyer to restore jobs and freedom.
I want to carry the torch for parents who had to combine work and education for their children, for business owners who were forced to close, for pastors who could not be with their congregation, for a family that lost their home in an accident.
According to Jenner, a fire for an entire generation of students who have lost a year of study.