In a surprising turn of events an announcement has been made suggesting Modern Family star and knockout Colombian beauty Sofia Vergara will be leaving the ABC comedy in pursuit of a political career as the blonde bombshell will be running for mayor of the city of Los Angeles. Having spent much of her time living in the city Vergara’s associates say she feels it is time to take advantage of her current popularity and place herself in a position where she is able to do some good.

Vergara is hopeful she will become the 43rd mayor of L.A and in a move that is sure to divide voters Vergara’s campaign plan is running on the promise that Spanish will be the official first language of the City. This would mark the first time a city in the United Stated declared its own official language. Vergara’s fans often take to Twitter to tell the Hollywood star, soon to be Madame Mayor of L.A how much they love and support the actress turned politician in all that she does.

Vergara would not be the first actor to leave the life of red carpets and move premiers in favor of long nights in the political office. Veteran actor Arnold Schwarzenegger and former wrestler Jesse Ventura both spent time building up a political career. Schwarzenegger was governor of California from 2003 to 2009. Vergara’s fans are hopeful she will have as long a career as her actor turned politician counterparts. Current Mayor of L.A Eric Garcetti was elected in 2013 and is ready to put up a fight with his next political opponent in order to keep his job as mayor.  


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