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Omarosa running for school board

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Omarosa is running the school board in Los Angeles. This is the first time that the former “Apprentice” star has run for public office. According to a February 18 report by TMZ, Omarosa wants to be a part of the Los Angeles Unified School District to “better the lives of children.”

Omarosa is one of 10 people running. The other candidates include educators, parents and counselors. She listed her "occupational designation" as “teacher/children advocate” when she filed on Valentine's Day, February 12 of this year.

She recently was certified as a Los Angeles School District teacher. She is also the Education Director for the Los Angeles Clippers Youth Camp. In addition, is helps women and children at a Los Angeles mission. At the time of publication, it was unknown exactly what she does to help at the mission.

Despite her public image, Omarosa did show a much softer side when Michael Clarke Duncan passed away when she refused to leave his side at the hospital. Unfortunately, she accused of “pulling Michael Clarke Duncan's plug” by LaToya Jackson on "Celebrity Apprentice." Omarosa later sued LaToya Jackson, calling the statements made by Jackson “reckless disregard for the truth.”

Known as being ruthless on “Apprentice,” it is unknown what she will do to win the election. Seeing that Omarosa is involved, there is no telling what might happen.

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