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Kim Kardashian Move to Glendale, Running for Mayor Supported by City Officials

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Kim Kardashian said on Khloe and Lamar’s reality show that she wants to run for Mayor of Glendale, California — and even move there by the year 2017. When news of this came out earlier this week, no one took her too serious….but a new development has come to light since she mentioned the idea. Former Glendale Mayor and current City Councilman Ara Najarian fully supports Kardashian’s intention to run for the political position and is even offering to make her Chief of Staff so she can be educated on local politics. In addition to that, Artin Sarkissian, a high-end realtor, wants to help Kim find a home there.

With so much enthusiasm for her pending run, Kim Kardashian is said to be seriously considering the options she’s given. When Kim pondered the decision to run for Mayor, she wasn’t in any hurry to get her name on a ballot — wanting to wait about five years before going through with it. She feels she would represent the quarter of residents there who share her Armenian background. Looks like she has some important people behind her decision already. Will she gain more support and be persuaded to get into the political world sooner than later?

She has a lot of work to do in order to be eligible for Mayor of Glendale. Kardashian would have to run for City Council and eventually fill the position as Mayor. In order to do that, Kim would have to get the approval of several others. Does she have enough support to back up her decision?

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