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DALLAS – California state legislator Kevin Kiley is hoping his endorsement from former President Trump will carry him from Sacramento to Washington D.C.
Speaking with Fox News Digital at CPAC Dallas last week, the 37-year-old Republican vows to “return to the policies that have worked” if elected in California’s Third Congressional District.
“Before Joe Biden took office, we had a record economy, we had safer communities, we had a secure border. And when Joe Biden took office, it has just been a complete trainwreck,” Kiley told Fox News Digital. “So from the beginning, my campaign has been about change. And I think that the policies that we saw that were working during the Trump administration are the policies we need to return to.”
Kiley, who previously ran in the failed recall effort against Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, says his top three issues he’d prioritize in Congress are the economy, immigration and crime; the latter he put a lot of emphasis on.
He pointed to the successful recall effort in “the extremely liberal city” of San Francisco that led to the ousting of District Attorney Chesa Boudin and the warning Los Angeles law enforcement has made encouraging…