CALIFORNIA
     Sept. 14 2021 Governor Recall Election

Palm Card - 3 2/3" x 8 1/2"



Assemblyman Kevin Kiley
Rally at Culver City Hall
Culver City, CA
Saturday, July 30, 2020RECALL Gavin Newsom.
ELECT Kevin Kiley.
 
This Recall election is our chance to fight back against the corrupt politicians who are ruining our great state.

I've spent 5 years fighting in our Legislature. But I've never seen anyone as corrupt as Gavin Newsom.

Homelessness, crime, the cost of living, failing schools, water rationing - this list goes on. Our government is broken, and Newsom has made it all so much worse.

The Recall is a fight for California's future. Your vote could make the difference.

Kevin Kiley



Kevin Kiley sued Gavin Newsom and won.
He's the one to beat him in the recall.

Kevin is the only 100 percent citizen-backed California elected official, refusing all funding from the Special Interests that have spent tens of millions electing Gavin Newsom.

Kevin holds a bachelor's degree from Harvard, a law degree from Yale and a Master's in secondary education from Loyola Marymount University.
 
Before being elected to the State Assembly, Kevin taught English in an inner city high school and later served as Deputy Attorney General to the State of California.

In five years in the Legislature, Kevin has authored 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. For his work advancing economic freedom, in 2020 he was named the national Legislator of the Year by the Association of Independent Workers.

www.KileyForCalifornia.com


Paid for by Kevin Kiley for Governor 2021
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Photos from July 31, 2021 rally in Culver City...



Kiley has the ultimate in campaign literature, a book, Recall Newsom: The Case Against America's Most Corrupt Governor, he published in Jan. 2021.  The book weighs in at 233 pages (166 pages of text plus notes).