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Stacey Dash drops congressional seat bid, slams ‘plantation politics”

Stacey Dash put on her bid for a Congress seat in California.

(AP)

The former “Clueless”co-star Stacey Dash ended said her long-shot congressional bid in southern California, the “bitterness” in the policy, and the “rigors” of the election campaign have been detrimental to your family.

Dash, which was running as a Republican, of the announcement made Friday on Twitter, saying it was not an easy decision to make.

“I have this version with the intention of the pressing problems in the district, where I live,” she said in a long statement. “I was hoping, and remain hopeful that I will support the people who live here, on the national level. My goal was, and remains, to improve the life situation of people who forget for decades, that of the Democratic party.”

The former Fox News article went on to say that the 44th District in Los Angeles, which is a democratic stronghold, with only about 10 percent of the registered Republican voters deserve a representative committed to improving your life.

“I think we are the ‘plantation policy living in a system, with people at the lower end of the economic spectrum, little more than symbolic gestures, rather than true political empowerment and improvement,” Dash wrote. “The high crime rate, unacceptable high school dropout rate, and decaying infrastructure are all issues that could receive Federal attention and funds, but not if we focus on distractions and partiality.”

I have this statement posted on my campaign. It is not easy. pic.twitter.com/HvKuUad48F

— Stacey Dash (@REALStaceyDash) 30. March 2018

Currently the seat is held by first-term Rep. Nanette Barragan, who is now in front of Compton mayor Aja Brown, a possibility of late entry and a fellow Democrat.

Brown, after entering the race in early March, rejected published reports to block you joined the Dash from the support from the June primary to the General election-in the state of the “top-two” primary system, in which the first – and second-place vote-getters, regardless of party, in the November election.

“My decision in this race was not tailored to one person, but to the 700 000 residents of the 44th electoral district,” said Brown.

The 51-year-old Dash is about five-week-long campaign had a slow start. You admitted had a couple of weeks with the flu, slowed campaigns, and much of their fundraising to his efforts to call for donations on social media seemed to be.

“My political positions have often been labeled as controversial, but the real controversy is how decades of government corruption and political disempowerment have created a system where the exploding real estate prices, dirty needles in the streets and on long bus rides to other parts of the city for jobs as somehow acceptable by the government servants of the 44th District,” she wrote on Friday. “The people here deserve better.”

Dash co-starred in the 1995 coming-of-age Comedy, “Clueless” before working as a Fox News on-air contribution, up to the year 2016. They voted for Democrats Barack Obama in 2008 presidential election, then the Republicans will be Mitt Romney in 2012.

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