Novato Republican Women
California Assemblyman, District 6
Priorities for our State
California Assemblyman Kevin Kiley ran for office, “to fight for reforms that our state needs to have a dynamic and competitive 21st-century economy. That starts with policies that empower job creators, modernize our water and transportation infrastructure, and lower our tax and regulatory burdens.” The Assembly will have wrapped up their legislative session in September, so we are fortunate that the Assemblyman will brief us on what actions were taken in Sacramento - and what priority actions remain. Kevin Kiley was elected in November, 2016. He represents California’s 6th Assembly District, which includes Placer, Sacramento, and El Dorado counties. He serves as Vice-Chair of the Privacy and Consumer Protection Committee, and is a member of the Education, Higher Education, Judiciary, and Governmental
Organization committees. He is one of only 25 Republicans in the Assembly which is currently controlled by a Democrat supermajority. As one of the youngest representatives in the Assembly, Kiley offers new leadership and a fresh energy. Kiley earned a law degree from Yale, a master’s in secondary education from Loyola Marymount and a bachelor’s degree from Harvard. After graduating from Harvard, Kevin followed in his mother’s footsteps into education and taught 10th grade English at a South Central Los Angeles high school. Also, he is a former Deputy
Attorney General who represented the State of California. Take advantage of this opportunity to meet this promising, upcoming leader.
An additional highlight to October’s meeting will be Carol Stein, CFRW Vice President North, who will give us a brief overview of the California Federation of Republican Women and the proposed changes in the divisional structure.