With 100% of precincts reporting, Kevin Kiley has qualified for the General Election this November. He will face Brian Caples, a Democrat.Read more
In the last year crime rates spiked across California, the first significant rise in criminal activity since realignment. In Roseville, violent crime is up 21%; robbery, 72%. In Sacramento, homicide is up 37%; robbery, 25%; and aggravated assault, 23%. In San Francisco, robberies have increased by 23% and car break-ins by 47%.
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"Kevin Kiley has the seriousness and tenacity of a tough prosecutor," said John McGinness, former Sheriff of Sacramento County and conservative talk radio host. "He will protect Three Strikes, and make sure dangerous criminals stay behind bars. Electing Kevin to the Assembly will help keep our communities safe."
McGinness later added: "As a criminal prosecutor, Kevin Kiley has first hand knowledge of the devastating impact AB109 and Prop 47 have had on California's justice system. It will be incumbent upon legislators of the future to restore the effectiveness of our state's criminal justice system."
Don't be fooled by opponent's attack mail. Here's where Kevin stands:
A former Deputy Attorney General, Kevin Kiley has long been an opponent of Governor Brown's controversial legacy projects. Earlier this year he told the Sacramento Bee that "the bullet train being pushed by Gov. Jerry Brown is a colossal waste of tax dollars. California needs to put resources into repairing our roads and highways, increasing water storage and other vital infrastructure projects."
On the Twin Tunnels, Kiley said, "I cannot support a project that would use eminent domain to seize farms and cost upwards of $50 billion when it is all said and done while potentially damaging the Delta’s already-fragile ecosystem."
Kevin Kiley is the frontrunner in the Sixth District Assembly Race. He is endorsed by former Governor Pete Wilson, the California Small Business Association, and the Republican Taxpayers' Association.
Today Kevin Kiley was recognized as a Rising Star by California Trailblazers, the only Assembly Candidate in the state to achieve this distinction. See the press release below:
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – California Trailblazers, the only statewide program successfully recruiting, training and helping elect the next generation of Republican leaders, today announced its board of directors has elevated Kevin Kiley (AD 6) to ‘Rising Star’ status, the program’s second of three tiers.
“Kevin Kiley’s enthusiasm, passion for service and relationships in the local district and across California have resulted in his strong campaign performance. Kiley continues to surpass the program’s rigorous benchmarks and advance his Assembly campaign leading up to the June primary election,” said Trailblazers CEO Jessica Patterson.
‘Rising Stars’ have raised more than $250,000 in campaign contributions, without loans or personal money, created strong media, fundraising, coalition and finance plans, identified a campaign manager and participated in Trailblazers trainings.
Before serving as Deputy Attorney General, Kevin Kiley spent years teaching 10th grade English at a South Central Los Angeles high school, devoting himself to education and leading an award-winning speech and debate team. Kiley earned a bachelor’s degree from Harvard, a law degree from Yale, and a master’s in secondary education from Loyola Marymount. Additionally, Kiley serves as an Adjunct Professor of Law at University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law.
Throughout 2016, California Trailblazers will continue to provide ongoing support to Republican legislative candidates. Candidates who seek to enter the third tier – Trailblazer – must meet significant fundraising goals, develop a comprehensive media strategy, identify surrogates and continue to grow their volunteer coalition.
ROSEVILLE, CA — Today Republican Kevin Kiley announced receiving the endorsement of the California Small Business Association (CSBA). CSBA is one of the most recognizable small business advocacy groups in the State of California. Their purpose is to give California’s small businesses a voice in shaping legislation at the state and federal level that affects small businesses.
“I am proud to have the endorsement of the California Small Business Association,” said Kevin Kiley. “Seventy percent of all new jobs created in our area come from small businesses. It is a shame that Sacramento passes so many laws that are so unfriendly to the job creators of our state. As Assemblyman I will always work to reduce burdensome regulations, keep taxes low and encourage small business growth.”
Former Deputy Attorney General Kevin Kiley is the leading candidate to succeed Assemblywoman Beth Gaines in the election for the 6th Assembly District. Kiley has secured notable endorsements, such as Governor Pete Wilson and the Sacramento Bee.
Kevin Kiley has received the endorsement of the Sacramento Bee. Here's what they say about Kevin:
Kiley, a Yale Law School graduate and former California deputy attorney general, is building his campaign around education reform and the need to protect public safety.
He also talks about the need to rebuild the Republican Party in California. Former Gov. Pete Wilson has endorsed him. At 31, Kiley could be a player in Republican politics for years to come.
Please join us on Thursday, May 12 for a special reception at Fins Market & Grill, with special guest Sheriff John McGinness.
Raises the Most Money of Any Candidate
Nearly Twice As Much As Nearest Competitor
Roseville, CA — Former Deputy Attorney General Kevin Kiley, a Republican, was the top fundraiser in the 6th Assembly District during the First Quarter of 2016, according to reports filed with the Secretary of State yesterday.
Kiley reported collecting more than $151,000, two thirds of the contributions coming from local donors, and reported the largest number of individual donations. Now with $252,000 raised Kiley has raised the most money of any candidate. Additionally, Kiley did not pad his report with personal loans.Read more