California entrepreneur and anti-poverty advocate Joe Sanberg is toying with the idea of running for president in 2020, according to the Plain Dealer.

Sanberg founded CalEITC4Me, an outreach program in California looking to help low-income families. He said in a recent interview that despite being a wealthy investor himself, he thinks he could potentially break the status quo with a run for president.

“Most businesspeople who go into politics are trying to defend the status quo. What I’m trying to do is use the credibility I have as an entrepreneur to explain why the status quo is totally broken and we can fix it,” Sanberg said.

Sanberg also alluded to the potential for a run in a tweet last week: “Whether or not I run in 2020, we can’t ever settle for anything less than changing the culture around our poverty crisis so we understand it as the almost 8 out 10 Americans who live paycheck to paycheck. Then, we govern to #EndPoverty

Sanberg has contemplated a foray into politics in the past. In 2018, he considered a gubernatorial or Senate run in California, though ultimately decided against it. Sanberg supports the Green New Deal and single-payer healthcare.

He said that he would make a decision on a run by July 4.