One person seems to think she'd do a good job -- and voted for the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star for senator of Alabama.
The state, which held a Senate special election in mid-December to take over Jeff Session's seat in the Senate after he vacated to become United States attorney General, published the names of 23,000 write-in candidates for the spot on Thursday. While Jenner was the only write-in candidate from her famous family, she wasn't the only celeb seemingly up for the job.
"I taught my kids from day one, family is everything -- so, that comes first," Jenner told ET in October. "They've always had their priorities together and I'm proud of that. Their kids always come first, and I think that's important."
"It's everything -- that's my best [job], that's my favorite," she gushed of being a grandmother. "It's the best. The kids bring so much joy, and it makes everything worth it. And they see their moms, and me, and their dads, and family, you know, always together -- always working together, playing together. When we're off and we have downtime, we're together. And they see that, and they feel that, so it's really special. They bounce around to all their aunties, and to my house, and it's good."