Kiley gave his priorities as dealing with inflation, immigration and public safety; to stop the “train wreck” of this administration. Concerning the Inflation Reduction Act, he stated the only way to stop inflation would be by “stopping the awful bills” and out of control spending. He noted gas prices were a key part and told how he tried to suspend the gas tax. And the 87,000 IRS agents as part of the Act, he said, “They’re coming after you and me,” and is how they pay for the massive spending in the bill. He stated he is “absolutely opposed to this.”
On water storage, he told of the 2014 Prop.1 water bond yet they haven’t built new water storage since the 1960’s. Kiley talked in favor of dedicating a fixed percent every year to water storage. California's current standard for residential indoor water use is 55 gallons per person per day. Kiley told of a Bill on the Governor’s desk to lower that to 42 gallons per person per day beginning in 2030.
Kevin earned his bachelor's degree from Harvard University, his J.D. from Yale Law School, and his master's in secondary education from Loyola Marymount University. His professional experience includes working as a teacher and an adjunct professor.
In closing, he was “excited to represent Plumas County in Congress” and asked for help to “get across the finish line” reminding fellow Republicans to get their friends and neighbors out to vote.