billionaire CEO of Tesla has decided to be more active in politics. 

Just over four months before the midterm elections, Elon Musk is already taking up a lot of space.  He speaks on all topics, cold and hot. 

But he managed to do what none of his peers had dared recently: get involved in politics. 

Failing to stand for election himself, Musk has decided to become a kingmaker. 

The richest man in the world, with a fortune on June 16 estimated at $203 billion by the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, now publicly displays his support for candidates running for election.  

he announced to his 98.4 million followers on Twitter that he supported fellow billionaire Rick Caruso in the race for mayor of Los Angeles.  

Musk has also brought his voice to a candidate for a local election in Texas, where he has lived since 2021.  

The whimsical and charismatic chief executive of the manufacturer of premium electric vehicles has above all announced his favored candidate for the presidential election of 2024. 

He said he would vote for Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis if he ran.