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Antonio immigrated to California in 1985 seeking a better life with his mother and sister.  In 1996, after completing all the necessary steps, he became a United States citizen – a moment he calls “the proudest moment of my life.”

As a young man, Antonio went on to establish a successful career as a model and actor, starring in numerous successful television shows and movies, as well as serving as the face of household names like Calvin Klein.

Over the years, Antonio would grace the cover of magazines and ad campaigns around the world.  In the height of his early acting and modeling career Antonio was named as one of People’s Sexiest Men Alive and starred in Mark Wahlberg’s smash hit, The Big Hit.

To date, Antonio remains actively engaged with his career in the entertainment industry and has expanded his business resume to include successful ventures as a producer, author, restauranteur, spokesman and even as a licensed, professional race car driver.

He has not been shy about his political views in the face of his Hollywood peers and is proud of his early support for President Donald J. Trump.

Most recently, he decided that like many of us he has had enough of professional politicians who phone it in for themselves instead of representing their constituents.  He is now a Republican candidate for Congress in California’s 26th District and looks forward to helping secure the retirement of Julia Brownley who was recently named by a nonpartisan data firm as one of the least effective members of Congress.

In his free time, Antonio enjoys spending time with his children, Jack, Mina, and 6 year old son Antonio.

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Antonio Sabato Jr. running for Congress

Fox News
Antonio Sabato Jr., best known for his roles on the soap operas “General Hospital” and “Melrose Place,” has decided to run for Congress.

The one-time Calvin Klein underwear model filed paperwork with federal regulators to begin raising money for the contest in the 26th Congressional District, northwest of Los Angeles.

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Actor Antonio Sabato Jr. is running for Congress

Washington Post
Former soap opera star Antonio Sabato Jr. is running for Congress to serve California’s 26th Congressional District. The actor entered the political arena as a visible Trump supporter, speaking at the 2016 Republican National Convention. …
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Antonio Sabato Jr. to run for Congress in California

The Hill
Actor Antonio Sabato Jr. is launching a bid for Congress in California, the Los Angeles Times first reported.

Sabato, who supported President Trump during his bid for the White House and spoke at the Republican National Convention last summer, will challenge Rep. Julia Brownley (D-Calif.) for her seat in the 26th Congressional District.
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Actor Antonio Sabato Jr. to Run for Congress Against Rep. Julia Brownley in California’s 26th District

KTLA
Actor Antonio Sabato Jr. is running for Congress, challenging Rep. Julia Brownley (D-Westlake Village), who represents the southern central coast and most of Ventura County, according to documents filed with the Federal Election Commission on Monday.
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Actor Antonio Sabato Jr. is running for Congress

Washington Post
Former soap opera star Antonio Sabato Jr. is running for Congress to serve California’s 26th Congressional District. The actor entered the political arena as a visible Trump supporter, speaking at the 2016 Republican National Convention. …
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Trump-Loving Actor Antonio Sabato, Jr. Is Running for Congress

Daily Beast

Antonio Sabato, Jr. —the Italian-born soap-opera and reality-TV star and former Calvin Klein underwear model who spoke at the 2016 Republican National Convention in support of Donald Trump—is officially running for Congress.
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“We need a leader in Congress that will put the people’s needs above their political party.
Fighting with the other side doesn’t fix our struggling agriculture, infrastructure and businesses.
My campaign pledge is simple: Our People, Before Politics.”
– Antonio Sabato Jr.

For General Inquiries: antonio@voteantonio.com

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