Some Indiana residents want reality starlet Kendra Wilkinson to work the poll – the voting poll!
According to The Examiner, there is a grassroots movement building that is urging the "Kendra" and former "Girls Next Door" star to run for Evan Bayh's Indiana Senate seat. The Senator has announced he won't seek reelection in the 2010 midterm elections.
Multiple Indianapolis radio stations asked their listeners to chime in with their replacement pick for Bayh, and numerous listeners called in to say they want Kendra on the ballot.
But the reality star, who resides in Indiana with husband and Indianapolis Colts star Hank Baskett, is not eligible to run just yet. The 24-year-old is six years shy of the age requirement to serve as a U.S. Senator.
She might be too young, but Kendra told PopEater.com that she already has some ideas about how to change the government.
"Oh yeah. I would change a lot in this world, let me tell you that," she reportedly told PopEater while laughing.
Before making a bid for the Senate, Kendra will be back for a second season of her reality show – E! has yet to announce a premiere date for "Kendra" Season 2.
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