It sounds like Matthew McConaughey is out on the idea of running for Governor of Texas.
There has been some serious chatter for a long time about whether or not the Hollywood superstar would jump into politics and run for Texas’ highest office. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)
Well, it sounds like he’s made a decision.
Matthew McConaughey Leaves Open The Possibility Of Getting Into Politics https://t.co/0TIxPhfDxz
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) November 18, 2020
“Is that a place to make real change or is it a place where right now it’s a fixed game, you go in there, you just put on a bunch of band-aids, in four years you walk out and they rip them off and you’re gone? I’m not interested in that,” McConaughey said during an appearance on the New York Times “Sway” podcast, according to Chron.com.
McConaughey is apparently not interested in running for Texas governor unless he thinks the role would allow him to truly make a difference.https://t.co/HXAmn3Z39h
— Chron (@chron) October 7, 2021
The “True Detective” star also explained that he thinks the majority of Americans don’t feel tied to either party and being centrist is important.