Jesse Ventura is considering a third-party run for president, the former Minnesota governor tweeted Monday.
Ventura said he is considering making a Green Party presidential bid, stating he’d sent a letter of interest to the party and was "testing the waters."
Ventura has also endorsed the Green Party platform, which supports progressive policies like a Green New Deal and Medicare for All.
The Green Party has not yet endorsed a candidate, but three have so far met its official criteria. They are: Howie Hawkins, Dario Hunter and David Rolde.
Ventura has hinted before at a possible presidential run, according to The Hill. He is also outspoken on social media, where he encouraged voters to consider third-party candidates.
Elected governor in 1999, Ventura has since advocated for policies including marijuana legalization. He met with current Gov. Tim Walz shortly after his election to discuss the issue.
In a recent tweet Ventura also cited climate change as a reason he supports the Green Party.