WISCONSIN (CelebrityAccess) Kyle Frenette, who threw his hat into the ring to represent Wisconsin’s 7th district in the U.S. Congress, withdrew from the race May 25.
“I didn’t get into this race because I wanted to be a politician but because I wanted to be a representative,” Frenette said in a statement on his website. “I wanted to represent the people of the 7th District, to give back to this amazing place that’s given me so much.
“Unfortunately, it is not my time. It is with a heavy heart I must withdraw my candidacy for Congress. Due to unforeseen circumstances in my life, I will not be able to continue giving this campaign and the people of the 7th district the time and attention they deserve.”
Frenette announced his candidacy in February. As of March 31, he had raised more money than any other Democratic candidate in the race, according to Billboard.