‘Survivor’ Fan Favorite — He Appeared on Three Editions of the Show — May Run for Governor of Indiana

Aug 31, 2011  •  Post A Comment

A fan favorite on CBS’s "Survivor" who has appeared on three installments of the reality competition is considering running for governor of Indiana, according to Indystar.com.

Rupert Boneham filed papers with the Indiana Election Division to create an exploratory committee for running as a Libertarian, the story notes. Boneham also has a website, www.rupertforgovernor.com, which says he will make a final decision about running in several weeks, the piece points out.

“I have spent my entire adult life serving my community and I see an opportunity to make a difference for Indiana,” Boneham wrote on the site.

Boneham first appeared on "Survivor" in 2003, on "Survivor: Pearl Islands," and later returned for "All Stars" and "Heroes vs. Villains."


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