CA-03: Kevin Kiley (R)
Kevin Kiley has served on the California State Assembly since 2016. In the 2020 election, Kiley won by a landslide achieving his position and the most votes in California history as a Republican. In 2020, Kiley earned the title of National Legislator of the Year.
Kiley served as an attorney and helped prepare an intellectual property theft case for T-Mobile against Chinese technology company Huawei that was the basis for a federal criminal investigation. Later Kiley began serving as a deputy attorney general and prosecutor. Kiley worked alongside legislator James Gallagher winning a lawsuit against governor Newsome regarding the separation of powers. During his time in the legislature, Kiley refused to accept the per diem allowance, renouncing $40,000 from his annual pay.
Kiley’s mother was a special education teacher and inspired his career in education. He taught in a Los Angeles high school and became chair of the English Department.
Kevin holds a bachelor’s degree from Harvard, a law degree from Yale, and a master’s in secondary education from Loyola Marymount. He has also served as an adjunct professor at McGeorge School of Law.
The above information was sourced from the candidate’s website.