Boy Meets World star Ben Savage runs into a chair in Adam Schiff’s house

Ben Savage, the actor best known for playing Corey Matthews on the 90s ABC sitcom Boy Meets World, is running for Congress.

The actor announced his run on Instagram this week, saying, “Together we can do better.”

“I am a proud Californian, union member, and longtime resident of the 30th District who comes from a family of unwavering service to our country and community,” Savage said in a statement. “I believe in standing up for what’s right, promoting equality and expanding opportunities for all.”

Savage is currently running for the California seat of Adam Schiff, who announced in January submit your proposal 2024 for Senator Dianne Feinstein’s Senate seat. Feinstein announced in February that she would. does not seek re-election in 2024.

Savage is running as a Democrat, according to his filing with the Federal Election Commission.

“It’s time for new and motivated leaders to help move our country forward,” Savage said in a statement. “Leaders who want to see government operate at its best, unhindered by political divisions and special interests.”

Savage starred in Boy Meets World from 1993-2000. She reprized the role in the 2015 spin-off Girl Meets World, which ran for three seasons. He also starred as kidnapper Nathaniel Kibby in the 2022 true crime film Girl in the Castle: The Kidnapping of Abby Hernandez.

The announcement seems to have drawn support from fans and the ABC series’ co-stars alike, with one person saying: “Baby meets Congress!” commented.

“Boy Meets World” actor Matthew Lawrence, who played Jack Hunter, said: “Let’s go!!!

Savage wrote on his campaign website that his priorities include enhanced training and improving police-citizen interactions through “checks and balances to eliminate corruption.” He also wrote that he will fight for affordable housing and veterans resources, defend unions, push for universal pre-primary, school meals and community college, and work for more funding for mental health and addiction services. He also said it is important to “codify Roe v. Wade” and oppose “offshore drilling” initiatives while supporting environmental regulations.

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