Hoover Will Run in Newly Drawn 7th Assembly District.
Folsom, Calif. – – Today local Republican school board member Josh Hoover announced his campaign for the newly drawn 7th Assembly District. Josh Hoover is an elected board member in the Folsom Cordova Unified School District and serves as Chief of Staff to Assemblyman Kevin Kiley.
In his announcement, Josh Hoover stated, “Anyone can take a look around and see the problems facing California. Crime is surging, too many schools are failing our students, and high taxes have made it extremely difficult to raise a family in this state. To top it off, the homelessness population is skyrocketing, our unemployment rate leads the nation, and last year we found out the EDD unlawfully handed out billions of taxpayer dollars to criminals. But California can once again become a land of opportunity by holding our elected leaders accountable and embracing policies that prioritize families. As a parent and lifelong Californian, I am running to help make this happen.”
Assemblyman Kevin Kiley immediately offered his endorsement, “Josh Hoover is not only a local school board member and an advocate for students, but Josh is also one of my closest advisors. Josh will bring a conservative voice and work to restore fiscal accountability to the State Legislature and there is no bigger advocate for our students. The California legislative approach to education is one where mandates and special interests replace students’ interests. Josh will take on those special interests and give our students a voice. We need Josh Hoover in the State Assembly.”
The newly drawn 7th Assembly District is entirely nested in Sacramento County and is home to the communities of Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Fair Oaks, Folsom, Foothill Farms, Gold River, North Highlands, Orangevale, Rancho Cordova, and Rosemont.
For more information please visit www.HooverForAssembly.com.