Kevin Kiley Blog

The Legislature Must Investigate Newsom

Today, I called for a formal investigation into Gavin Newsom’s use of “emergency powers” to award massive no-bid contracts to his top campaign donors. You can read my full release here. This follows a Capital Public Radio report finding “an overlap of at least a half-dozen companies that made substantial contributions to Newsom and received …

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The Greatest Citizens’ Movement

Last night it became official: 1.5 million signatures. The Newsom Recall is the greatest citizens’ movement in California history, bringing together people of all party affiliations and all walks of life. That’s what has the political class and Special Interests who benefit from Gavin Newsom’s corruption so maniacally worried. They will do anything and everything …

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Biden’s Tepid Newsom Endorsement

On Monday I wrote about how Joe Biden’s first weekly address highlighted, of all things, my office helping a constituent harmed by Gavin Newsom’s incompetence. Newsom apparently wasn’t pleased. Having inadvertently helped make the case for the Recall over the weekend, Biden suddenly came out in opposition to it yesterday. He chose not to make …

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Biden’s Weekly Address Shows Newsom’s Failures

Here’s a sentence I never thought I’d write. Joe Biden’s first weekly address as President is about me cleaning up Gavin Newsom’s mess. As the Sacramento Bee reports: “A Sacramento-area woman facing challenges during the coronavirus pandemic was featured as the first guest in President Joe Biden’s revamped weekly address. When the Roseville woman ran …

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“This Court Will Wait No Longer”

Many have asked what’s taking the Court of Appeal so long to decide our case against Newsom. Now other courts are asking the same question. The Pacific Legal Foundation, which is challenging Newsom’s business lockdown using our separation of powers argument, was just denied a preliminary injunction because the court in our case has not …

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