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Actor Ben Savage, star of the former ABC sitcom ‘Boy Meets World,’ is running for city council in West Hollywood, Calif.
Previously reported by Gawker, Savage’s campaign has already filed documents with the city. The actor has a campaign website where he notes that he has lived in West Hollywood for 18 years.
“I’ve seen this city grow into one of the most successful cities in the country – with amazing restaurants, hotels, nightlife and culture,” a statement from Savage read on the homepage.
“In recent years, however, people have become disillusioned with the direction the city is headed. Residents and community leaders have expressed frustration over political division and the loss of a sense of community,” the statement added. “People are looking for leaders who can talk to each other, build coalitions, work together on common sense policies, and put the interests of the city and residents ahead of their own.”
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He continues: “Together we can do better.”
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Savage portrayed Cory Matthews on “Boy Meets World” from 1993 to 2000 and its spin-off “Girl Meets World” from 2014 to 2017. In the meantime, he earned a degree in political science from Stanford University.
As part of his studies, Savage interned for Sen. Arlen Spectre, R-Pa.
The campaign site does not indicate whether Savage is running as a Democrat, Republican or independent.
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Fox News reached out to his campaign for comment, but they did not immediately respond.