|ROCKLIN, CA – – Today, Republican congressional candidate, Assemblyman Kevin Kiley (CA-03) announced he has received endorsements from numerous Sacramento County elected officials. Sacramento County holds the second-largest block of voters in the new 3rd Congressional District, after Placer County. |
Endorsing Kiley are Sacramento County Supervisor Sue Frost, Sacramento County Board of Education Trustee Paul Keiffer, Folsom Mayor Kerri Howell, Folsom Vice Mayor Rosario Rodriguez, Folsom City Councilor Mike Kozlowski, Former Folsom Mayor Andy Morin, Former Folsom Mayor Steve Miklos and Folsom Cordova Unified School District Trustees Josh Hoover and David Reid. Folsom is the second-largest city in the district.
“To have the support of so many community leaders in Sacramento County is a tremendous asset for my campaign,” said Kiley. “I work with them on a regular basis and know they share my deep concern for the direction in Washington and the future of our nation if we do not turn things around.”
Kevin Kiley announced his candidacy one week ago and garnered numerous endorsements from key Republican leaders, including former Congressman John Doolittle and former Congressman Doug Ose.
Kevin Kiley is a former prosecutor and Deputy Attorney General. First elected to the California Assembly in 2016, Kevin is the author of groundbreaking new laws on freedom of speech, artificial intelligence, privacy, criminal justice reform, and protections for sexual assault victims, along with introducing the most significant school choice legislation in recent years. He was named national Legislator of the Year by the Association of Independent Workers for his work defending economic freedom. Kiley earned his Bachelor’s degree from Harvard, a Master’s degree from Loyola Marymount and a Law degree from Yale.
Over fifty percent of the new 3rd Congressional District’s voters live in Kiley’s home county of Placer. The next largest block of voters comes from Sacramento County followed by Nevada, El Dorado, Plumas, Inyo, Mono, Yuba, Sierra and Alpine. Kevin Kiley currently represents about 2/3rds of the voters in the new congressional district.
For more information, visit www.ElectKevinKiley.com.