Just days after publicly musing about a presidential run, a former Minnesota governor has taken another step toward tossing his hat in the ring.
On Saturday, the Green Party of Minnesota announced its newest member: none other than Jesse Ventura.
The informal ceremony appears to have taken place in a public park in White Bear Lake.
It comes nearly a week after Ventura posted a tweet saying that if he were to run for president, "the GREEN party would be my first choice."
He also endorsed the party in the April 27 tweet:
This weekend, Ventura retweeted a post that hinted at a coming White House run with the hashtag #Ventura2020.
Ventura, 68, was elected Minnesota governor in 1998 as a member of the Reform Party, later switching to the Independence Party.
He served one term.