Connecticut may see their first transgender governor if Jacey Wyatt wins the race! According to a report, She has run for local office in Branford, Conn. as a Republican and a third-party petitioning candidate. Wyatt, who grew up as John Christian Pascarella before undergoing gender reassignment surgery in 2003, is running for governor as a Democrat. “I don’t care if people are wondering what I

have under my pants,” Wyatt told Hearst Connecticut Media on Monday. “My body obviously does not look like a typical politician.” But Wyatt, 46, a former model who was born an intersex person, said she is not running to be the face of transgender rights. Nor is she looking to take sides in the ongoing clash between Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and President Donald Trump’s administration over restroom laws, she said. READ MORE