in a Video The award-winning actor, which was published on Sunday evening, said political leadership was not the path he would choose “at this time.”
We will support companies
McConaughey says he would instead spend his time supporting companies and organizations that create opportunities for others to succeed.
The battle to become the next governor of Texas is set to become one of the most famous figures in the United States in 2022. Republican Greg Abbott is trying to secure his third term, while Democrat Beto O’Rourke, who lost the battle for a seat in the House of Representatives, is declared The elders, last month, that he was throwing himself into the campaign.
The 52-year-old Hollywood star known for films like “Dazed and Confused” and “Dallas Buyers Club” never said which party he would run when he considered joining the governor’s race.
– I can help
McConaughey also avoided commenting on specific political issues, and did not take a position on the burning issues in the state.
– Policy? McConaughey said in the video posted on Twitter that the good guys can help us get where we need to go.
“But let’s be clear, they can’t do anything for us unless we choose to do something for ourselves,” he added.
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