Assemblyman Kiley Endorses Andrew Grant

Placer County  |  Special release

Placer County, CA (MPG) - Assemblyman Kevin Kiley, a former public school teacher and Deputy Attorney General, representing Sacramento, Placer, and El Dorado Counties, has endorsed Andrew Grant for Congress.

“As a Californian, and with his experience in national security, business ownership, and economic development, Andrew is eminently qualified to represent in U.S. Congress,” said Kiley.

Kiley, in his first term in the Assembly, joins Senator Jim Nielsen, Sheriff Scott Jones, Assemblyman James Gallagher, and former Congressman Doug Ose in support of Grant’s candidacy.

Andrew Grant is the former CEO of the Northern California World Trade Center, promoting expanded trade in the region.  A graduate of the US Naval Academy, he joined the Marines and served as an intelligence officer and reconnaissance commander, with tours in Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and across Europe.  As a combat veteran, he fought alongside Special Forces units against Al Qaeda in Afghanistan and protected Albanian citizens in Kosovo.  He served on the staff of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and finished his uniformed service with the Defense Intelligence Agency’s North Korea analysis group.

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Source: From the Office of Kevin Kiley