Kevin McCarthy

Kevin McCarthy


McCarthy Announces Appointment of Local Students to Service Academies


Today, Congressman Kevin McCarthy is pleased to announce his nominations to the United States Service Academies.  Nominees were selected in a competitive process in which a number of highly qualified 23rd Congressional District high school students applied for consideration.  

Congressman McCarthy designated one principal nominee for each academy that will fill one of five slots afforded to him as a Member of Congress at each academy.  He also nominated a slate of competing alternate nominations for each academy that will be ranked according to their competitiveness by the Academy Admission Board and selected for admission at the academy’s discretion.

Some applicants received a nomination to more than one academy according to the rank preference listed on their application. The academies traditionally notify the alternates by April whether or not they will be offered an appointment. Principal nominees are notified in February or late March.

“I am proud to nominate students from my district who display the core values of honor and courage in their commitment to serve our country,” said Congressman McCarthy. “I congratulate each of them in their pursuit of becoming future leaders in our Armed Forces.”

Each candidate was interviewed by Congressman McCarthy’s Academy Interview Committee in November and the selections were submitted to the Congressman.  The Academy Committee Members were: Cam Martin, External Affairs Director at NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center, father to two USNA grads (Committee Chair); Lieutenant Tim Buehn, VX-9 detachment, Edwards Air Force Base, Test Pilot (USNA grad) Brenda Lewis, Ed.D., Associate Superintendent of Instruction, Kern High School District; Maureen Basham, Accounts Specialist and Safety Officer for Sequoia Parks Conservancy, retired Marine as Director of Manpower Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center; Dick Taylor, Director, Kern County Veterans Services Department, former Marine Corps active duty member and reservist.

United States Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO (USAFA)


Homin Key, 17, Ridgeview High School, Bakersfield, CA, son of Steve Key and Juhee Jung.

In addition to receiving a nomination to the Air Force Academy, he also received a competing alternate nomination to the Naval Academy.

Competing Alternates:

Nicholas Arias, Frontier High School, Bakersfield, CA (2017 graduate)

Ahmed Baameur, East Bakersfield High School, Bakersfield, CA

Lee Begin, Garces Memorial High School, Bakersfield, CA

Kami McCormick, Lancaster High School, Lancaster, CA

Izdihar Mohamed, Centennial High School, Bakersfield, CA

Alberto Moita, United States Air Force Academy Preparatory School, Colorado Springs, CO

Roberto Moita, University Of Phoenix, Bakersfield, CA

Derek Rodriguez, Liberty High School, Bakersfield, CA

Jacob Sibayan, Monache High School, Porterville, CA

United States Military Academy, West Point, NY (USMA)


Kobie Budak, 18, Frontier High School, Bakersfield, CA, son of Michael and Kristina Budak.

In addition to receiving a nomination to the Military Academy, he also received competing alternate nominations to the Naval and Merchant Marine Academies.

Competing Alternates:

Karla Guzman, Ridgeview High School, Bakersfield, CA

Derek Rodriguez, Liberty High School, Bakersfield, CA

Jacob Sibayan, Monache High School, Porterville, CA

Grant Vigneault, Sherman E. Burroughs High School, Ridgecrest, CA

United States Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD (USNA)


Grant Vigneault, 17, Sherman E. Burroughs High School, Ridgecrest, CA, son of David and Kyla Vigneault.

In addition to receiving a nomination to the Naval Academy, he also received a competing alternate nomination to the Military Academy.

Special Mention:

Karla Guzman, 18, Ridgeview High School, Bakersfield, CA, daughter of Orlando and Patricia Guzman.

In addition to receiving a competing nomination to the Naval Academy, she also received a principal nomination to the Merchant Marine Academy and a competing alternate nomination to the Military Academy.

Karla has received an early offer of admission for the Naval Academy and has chosen to accept that appointment.

Competing Alternates:

Nicholas Arias, Frontier High School, Bakersfield, CA (2017 graduate)

Ahmed Baameur, East Bakersfield High School, Bakersfield, CA

Lee Begin, Garces Memorial High School, Bakersfield, CA

Kobie Budak, Frontier High School, Bakersfield, CA

Homin Key, Ridgeview High School, Bakersfield, CA

Derek Rodriguez, Liberty High School, Bakersfield, CA

Jacob Sibayan, Monache High School, Porterville, CA

Michael Stegeman, Frazier Mountain High School, Frazier Park, CA


United States Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, NY (USMMA)

Competing Alternates:

Kobie Budak, Frontier High School, Bakersfield, CA

Michael Stegeman, Frazier Mountain High School, Frazier Park, CA

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House Passes Historic Tax Reform


Washington, D.C. – Congressman Kevin McCarthy (CA-23) spoke on the House floor today in favor agreeing to the Conference Report to Accompany H.R. 1, The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

Full remarks are below, or watch online here.

“Today we will take a vote that every member on this floor will remember—the country will remember. And next year when people check their checks and realize they have more money, they’re going to remember who voted for status quo and who voted to make the American comeback. And I want to thank the [Ways and Means] Chairman Kevin Brady for that work.

“Now, Mr. Speaker, a month ago when the House passed an earlier version of this bill, I said that for all the jobless, for everyone who hasn’t gotten a raise in years, for the parents, for the small business owners, and for anyone who ever dreamed of being that entrepreneur and a small business owner, we heard you. This bill is the start of your comeback. And when they win, well, that’s the start of America’s comeback.

“Our country has faced some tough times. I don’t have to tell you about that. And for too long, year after year, more and more Americans gave up hope. They were out of work, or maybe they had a job, but they could never see past the next month, or even the next week. They watched factories and businesses close up shop and move out, even moving out of the country.

“Nobody wants to see their communities hollow out. Nobody wants to feel like they live in a nation in decline. That’s not who Americans are. Frankly, Mr. Speaker, we are not a country that gives up on hope.

“This legislation—and the Republican Party’s entire economic plan—they’re giving people hope. You can see it in the stock market. For every American who invests their retirement in a 401(k), 84 times it’s set a new record since last year’s election alone.

“You can see it in the companies like Broadcom. You know Broadcom was a company created in America, but they’re not domiciled here today. They moved to Singapore simply over our tax code. So for those who want the status quo and want to keep Broadcom in another country, go ahead and vote ‘no.’ For those who believe in the hope of this country even greater, looking at this bill, Broadcom said they’re coming back to America.

“Mr. Speaker, you know what that means? Twenty billion dollars in revenue just a year. That means $3 billion every year invested in R&D, $6 billion ever year invested in manufacturing. Those are jobs we all dream about, and the action of this bill is making it happen.

“You can see it in the faces of families who learn that next year, thousands of dollars that they earn won’t go straight to Washington. They’ll actually stay right at home.

“And this is all in an environment of disinformation and fear mongering. I mean I have seen what has been said, and to me, it’s absurd.

“Mr. Speaker, Leader Pelosi said that this bill was, and I quote, ‘Armageddon’ and, quote, ‘the end of the world.’ Now, Mr. Speaker, I have listened a great deal to what my counterpart on the other side, the minority leader, has said. And I have read when the Washington Post analyzed what she had said. Now, when you say something that could be a little off and don’t have all the information, they have this rating for you. She’s had a rating on this. She did not get one Pinocchio. She did not even get two. She didn’t even get the extreme of three. She got the most Pinocchio’s you can say when it’s totally false, four, for her conversation about this bill.

“Mr. Speaker, in such times when the other side will say anything to win their political game, I recommend folks actually look at the bill. Doubling the standard deduction; lowering rates; simplifying the code so you don’t spend weeks doing taxes, you spend minutes; doubling the child tax credit; ending the individual mandate; lowering taxes on small businesses to the lowest it’s been in 40 years; creating incentives for business to invest and hire; that’s not the recipe for Armageddon. That’s a hope for a nation to come back.

“The American people see through all this rhetoric, and they’re going to feel it next year when they check their paychecks and they see they keep more money because of the vote today. They’re going to feel it next year and the years after when they get that raise they’ve been waiting for. They’re going to feel it when more and more companies announce they’re coming back home. They’re bringing jobs right back to the U.S.A. They’re going to feel it when we start looking to the future again not with fear, but hope.

“I won’t accept the status quo. But there will be some in this body that vote for the status quo. I won’t accept failure. Now, I do not believe anybody in this body was elected to preside over America’s decline.

“I recently was overseas, and I was sitting at a dinner table with some elected leaders from other countries, some Americans who were working in other countries, and I asked them, ‘What is the impression of what is happening in America today?’ And I thought the reports I would get would be a little different. You know what they said to me?

“They said America is back. You are now tackling big items again. Not only are you going to lead your own country, but you will help again lead the world. They were fearful of the competition of rising America one more time.

“So don’t vote for the status quo. Vote for a tax cut. Vote for reform. Don’t vote because some leader whipped you and intimidated you. Vote for your constituents. Vote for your country. And Vote to raise the paychecks of America.”

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Statement on Supplemental Disaster Appropriations Bill


Washington, DC – Congressman Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) released the following statement on the introduction of the supplemental disaster appropriations bill:

“From historic hurricanes to wildfires, this year’s natural disasters have taken a substantial toll on the lives and communities of those impacted. This hurricane season alone had three of the five most devastating and costly hurricanes in our country’s history. In California, the worst wildfire in our state’s history torched the northern part of our Golden State. As we sit here today, new wildfires have consumed hundreds of thousands of acres, and brave first responders across our state continue to fight the Thomas fire in southern California.

“This emergency package reflects the commitment of the federal government to provide relief to our neighbors who have been affected by these extraordinary natural disasters and are working to rebuild. This package accommodates the request from Governor Brown and the entire California congressional delegation by allocating more funds for relief and recovery from this fall’s California wildfires. Additionally, it includes language spearheaded by Rep. Mimi Walters and Rep. Mike Thompson providing targeted tax relief to allow wildfire victims to deduct property damage costs, offer penalty-free withdrawals from retirement accounts, and encourage charitable giving to individuals and communities working to rebuild. Finally, as the cleanup continues, I am pleased that this bill ensures California receives additional help for debris removal by ramping up Federal payments for up to 90% of the eligible costs. As our country and state rebuild from Mother Nature’s worst, the federal government is committed to helping each neighborhood recover and rebuild.”

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House Defends the Second Amendment


Washington, D.C. – Congressman Kevin McCarthy released the following statement on House passage of H.R. 38, the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act:

“American citizens should not have their right to keep and bear arms restricted simply because they travel out of state. The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act protects every American’s Second Amendment rights by ensuring that those who are allowed to possess a concealed handgun in one state can carry in other states that permit concealed carry, as long as they observe all laws in the state that they’re in. If opponents of the Second Amendment want to take people’s rights away, they should do it the old fashioned way: convince a supermajority of the American people and amend the Constitution. Otherwise, we have a duty to defend the Constitution as it is—all of it.”

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McCarthy Speaks on CA Wildfires, Tax Cuts


Congressman Kevin McCarthy (CA-23) delivered the following remarks at a leadership press conference today on the wildfires impacting Southern California and the latest on tax reform.

Remarks are below or watch online here.

On the raging wildfires in Southern California:

“This is a devastating fire in Ventura that is just blocks away from the city hall. We’ve already had one fatality…. Not just our thoughts and prayers are with you, but any equipment or resources from the federal government, we will make sure it’s provided to work and create the synergy with those in the state and in the city. And to the first responders, we know how you’ve been called upon this year from the hurricanes to the fires, and we thank you for continuing to be there in the time of need.”

On the positive economic impact of tax reform:

“To the American public: Every time we get one step closer, the market goes up even higher. We’re already beginning to see the benefits of really where America wants to go when it comes to the tax bill. For anyone that has a retirement account invested in a 401k, you’ve already seen a benefit continuing to rise with more than 58 times the market has set a new record.”

On the House and Senate working together:

“I know we’re close but we have to finish the job. So in a short timeframe you will find the conferees will work together. I know the Senate and House will find common ground. At the end of the day we’ll get this bill through, not for Congress but for the American people.”

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House Honors Veterans with New Vets Legislation


Our country owes gratitude and respect to our veterans the entire year, which is why we didn’t contain our support for our veterans to a single day. This past week leading up to Veterans Day, the House honored our veterans by serving them with several important pieces of legislation.

McCarthy had this to say:

“As we approached Veterans Day, the best way the House could honor our veterans was by helping them and improving their lives. The House focused this week on improving veteran mental health care and suicide prevention. Whether it’s Congressman Jim Banks’s (IN-03) bill to use data analytics to improve the Veterans Crisis hotline or Congressman Mike Coffman’s (CO-06) legislation to provide better mental health care for veterans, we owe it to our veterans to give them the best. This is just our way of saying, ‘thank you for your service.’”

Below is a list of the bills the House considered this week:

  • H.R. 918, Veteran Urgent Access to Mental Healthcare Act
  • H.R. 1133, Veterans Transplant Coverage Act of 2017
  • H.R. 1900, National Veterans Memorial and Museum Act
  • H.R. 2123, Veterans E-Health and Telemedicine Support (VETS) Act
  • H.R. 2601, Veterans Increased Choice for Transplanted Organs and Recovery (VICTOR) Act
  • H.R. 4173, To direct the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to conduct a study on the Veterans Crisis Line
  • H.R. 3657, To authorize the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to provide headstones and markers for the graves of spouses and children of veterans who are buried in tribal cemeteries
  • H.R.. 3562, To authorize the Secretary of Veterans Affairs to furnish assistance for adaptations of residences of veterans in rehabilitation programs
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Op-Ed: Congress Hasn’t Forgotten About the Islands


We recently led a bipartisan congressional delegation to the U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and the Florida Keys to survey the damage caused by Hurricanes Irma and Maria and to bear witness to the suffering of families and communities still without the basic necessities of power, water, fuel and access to health care. Only once we had arrived could we fathom the full scale of destruction wrought by the storms — and understand that smart rebuilding will require not only significant federal funding but also key changes in federal law to help protect these vulnerable areas from future damage.

Our bipartisan group was fortunate to be joined in St. Croix by U.S. Virgin Islands Del. Stacey Plaskett (D), who took us to a condemned school and a hospital that experienced severe damage and was limited in its ability to care for patients. As we drove from the school to the hospital, we passed home after home that had been completely destroyed and others with piles of clothes, furniture and other water-damaged belongings heaped in front. Virgin Islanders are doing everything they can to rebuild their lives, but they are counting on Congress to ensure that they have the resources necessary to do so.

In Puerto Rico, 3.4 million Americans continue to live in a state of frenzied recovery. We joined Puerto Rican Gov. Ricardo Rosselló and Resident Commissioner Jenniffer González-Colón (R) in Utuado, a municipality in the mountainous interior of the island. Ours was the first bipartisan, multi-member congressional delegation to visit the interior, and on the way we saw how lack of access to clean drinking water continues to be an issue. Cars lined the road where people had stopped to collect untreated stream water from a PVC pipe. As we walked through a barrio in Utuado, electrical lines hung low and debris was piled along nearly every road. Many residents spoke of how landslides devastated their property. They still had no access to electricity. Food and medicine were scarce, hope for a swift recovery even scarcer.

We had departed Washington as Democratic and Republican members on a mission to see for ourselves the devastation caused by the hurricanes. We returned as fellow Americans imbued with a shared sense that Congress must work together to do more to help the people we met — and uplifted by their extraordinary resilience in the face of hardship.

One way we can provide this help is by changing the law to allow the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Army Corps of Engineers and other federal agencies to rebuild damaged infrastructure — including buildings, roads, bridges and the power grid — not merely to the vulnerable state they were in before but to modern, 21st-century standards that can withstand future storms.

Amending the law will ensure that we can better prepare communities for future risk and use taxpayer dollars as wisely as possible. It makes little sense to require, as under current law, that buildings and infrastructure be rebuilt in the ways that made them so vulnerable to Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Instead, we ought to work across the aisle to give these communities the chance to come back stronger. Making those investments now will save taxpayer dollars in the long run. Both of us are committed to advancing this issue and working to bring our colleagues on board in this effort.

Furthermore, we are determined to ensure there is strong bipartisan support for the next supplemental emergency funding package so that affected areas such as those we visited have the resources they need.

As part of our visit to Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and the Florida Keys, we distributed aid to struggling families. Perhaps, though, the most important resource we brought with us was the reassurance to all those affected by these storms that their fellow Americans on the mainland have not forgotten them — and that we will not leave them vulnerable to the next storm.

Kevin McCarthy, a Republican from California, is majority leader of the U.S. House of Representatives. Steny H. Hoyer, a Democrat from Maryland, is House minority whip.

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McCarthy on Face the Nation: Tax Cuts Will Make America Competitive Again


Congressman Kevin McCarthy (CA-23) appeared on CBS’s Face the Nation to discuss the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act—major legislation that will produce a fairer tax code, grow the economy, and benefit all hardworking Americans.

Excerpts of the interview are below, or watch online here.

On how this plan will help individuals and families:

“For decades the hardworking Americans have been ignored or forgotten from Washington, but not anymore. This Tax Cut and Jobs Act bill is going to be the start to changing that…. It lets every American keep more of what they earned. If you’re single, the first $12,000 is tax-free. If you’re a couple, the first $24,000 is tax-free. That means the average family is going to have almost $1,200 more in their pocket. And the first $55,000 a family of four earns will not be taxed at all.”

On how this plan is already making America competitive again: 

“This is going to make America competitive again. Broadcom came back based upon our tax bill. This is a company who’d left America because the taxes came too high. They announced, because of the tax bill, they are moving back to America. That’s $20 billion in revenue a year, but you know what’s even more important? They will put $3 billion every year into R&D and $6 billion into manufacturing. That’s jobs—good paying jobs for America.”

On how the importance of economic growth:

“There’s a philosophical difference in Washington. Democrats want to charge more and spend more. Republicans want you to keep more of your money and spend less. One thing that Republicans have shown since they took a majority, when it comes to discretionary spending, we’ve actually cut spending…. Always in America, we’ve averaged more than 3% [gdp] growth, but we’ve had some of the lowest growth in the last eight years. If you look back to Bill Clinton, his worst growth year is higher than the largest of Barack Obama’s. Growing the economy is the key to getting us back working and helping us to be able to balance the budget.”

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House Votes to Extend Children’s Health Insurance Program


Congressman Kevin McCarthy (CA-23) released the following statement on House passage of H.R. 3922, the Community Health and Medical Professionals Improve Our Nation (CHAMPION) Act, which includes an extension of the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP):

“Millions of kids rely on the Children’s Health Insurance Program—millions of children who might not otherwise receive health care. Our vote today extends funding for this program for five more years, and extends for another two years vitally important public health programs, like the Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education Program and Community Health Centers. On top of that, every cent in this bill is paid for with common sense reforms, such as ensuring taxpayers don’t foot medical bills for lottery winners and stopping people from gaming health insurance grace periods at the expense of taxpayers.

“Nothing in this bill should be controversial, which is why it was disappointing to see 171 Democrats–almost every single Democrat member—vote against it. Nevertheless, House Republicans will not be deterred from responsibly funding children’s health care.”

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Op-Ed: Tax Reform Will Boost Innovation and Entrepreneurship


America’s economy is changing rapidly. As we grow, with gig workersstart-ups, and striving unicorns working alongside and challenging traditional businesses, we need a dynamic tax code that promotes the competition, risk-taking and innovation that is the foundation of the 21st-century economy.

Republicans in the House of Representatives believe — and the economic models agree — that the reform plan we are working on with Donald Trump will streamline the tax code and grow our economy. Lowering the corporate rate to 20 per cent could even add $4,000 or more to the average American’s paycheck each year through faster economic growth, according to the White House Council of Economic Advisers.

While these macro effects are good news, we should not miss how much the plan will improve innovation and entrepreneurship — key drivers of economic growth. There are two parts of this reform that will put Americans and their ideas on top in the 21st-century economy: permanent credits toward investments in research and development; and making it easier for rank-and-file employees to own a piece of the company where they work.

The R&D tax credit originated during the Reagan tax reform renaissance. To increase private investment in research, this credit allows a company to redirect money from federal taxes to fund up to 20 per cent of its R&D spending. This research is at the core of taking ideas — big and small — and turning them into innovative products. Whether it helps cure diseases or advance technology, incentivising private research through a permanent R&D tax credit will cement the US as the innovation superpower.

Even as established companies make new discoveries, our tax code should never impede new companies from rising to the top and improving our lives. New, private companies have potential to make advances that benefit their business and society as a whole. Top talent is essential as these companies take a transformative idea from a prototype to a product. Working at, and also owning a part of, a promising start-up offers employees a greater stake in a project they truly believe in. But today, the tax code puts start-ups at a disadvantage when attracting top talent by limiting employee ownership.

Employees of private companies, especially in the technology sector, are frequently offered stock options in lieu of immediate pay. When the stock vests, or when employees choose to exercise the options, they are often met with an immediate tax bill on the gains, even if they cannot yet sell some of their stock to cover the costs. A median-income employee is unlikely to be able to afford the taxes on stock gains from a growing company, so they walk away from being equity owners for fear of the taxman.

This hurts more than job-seeking engineers and human resource officers. Less attractive private work options concentrate labour at established businesses and away from upstarts challenging the status quo, all while depriving employees of a chance to own a piece of the company they work for.

As part of the tax-reform plan, House Republicans are advocating a simple solution. We will defer the tax on private stock gains until employees can actually realise those gains by selling the stock, or at least give them a reasonable amount of time to pay the tax bill.

This will allow companies to hire and retain the best employees possible by giving them the opportunity to be owners as well. In the end, that means more innovation, more competition, more start-ups and more jobs.

We stay on top when Americans invent and build the services and products of the present and the future. Creating a dynamic tax code by ensuring a permanent R&D tax credit and placing start-ups on a competitive footing when attracting the best employees puts the US in the best position to innovate and lead in the 21st century.

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Congressman Kevin McCarthy represents the 23rd District of California, which spans Kern, Tulare, and Los Angeles counties. First elected in 2006, Kevin is a native of Bakersfield and a fourth-generation Kern County resident. He is committed to policies that give small businesses and entrepreneurs the confidence they need to hire, expand, invest and innovate. After the 2010 midterm elections, Kevin was elected by his colleagues to serve as Majority Whip of the United States House of Representatives.

Kevin started his own small business before the age of 21. He built Kevin O’s Deli from the ground up, even enlisting his father’s help in building the deli’s counter in their garage. He worked hard, hired employees and enjoyed success in his community. That’s also where he first encountered government overregulation. The countless frivolous and redundant rules, as well as the taxes small businesses like his were burdened with, spurred Kevin’s interest in public service. When Kevin sold his business, he used the profits to put himself through college and graduate school. He received both his undergraduate degree and his Masters in Business Administration from California State University, Bakersfield.

During college, Kevin accepted an internship with then-Congressman Bill Thomas, and soon became a member of Congressman Thomas’s staff. Kevin won his first election in 2000 as Trustee to the Kern Community College District. In 2002, McCarthy was elected to represent the 32nd Assembly District in the California State Assembly. As a freshman legislator, he was selected unanimously by his Republican colleagues to serve as the Assembly Republican Leader, becoming the first freshman legislator and the first legislator from Kern County to assume the top Republican post in the California State Assembly. Kevin worked with his colleagues in the Assembly and Senate and with the Governor to reduce California’s budget deficit, overhaul the state worker’s compensation system and enhance California’s business climate to create more opportunities for California workers and businesses until he ran for Congress in 2006.

Kevin brings his personal experience as a small business owner and as an effective leader in the statehouse to Washington D.C. In his role as Majority Whip, Kevin leads the effort in Congress to advance common sense policies that will put America back on the path to prosperity. Since gaining control of the House in November 2010, Kevin and his Republican colleagues have blocked the largest tax increase in American history, cut out-of-control government spending by historic levels and passed numerous pieces of legislation that will help create jobs in America. These bills reduce the burden on small businesses, increase our nation’s energy security by promoting domestic energy production, knock down barriers for small business owners to access capital and help increase certainty for the private sector.

Kevin will continue to fight to get Washington’s fiscal house in order while promoting policies that empower the private sector to invest and create jobs.

When Kevin is not in Washington fighting for the constituents of California’s 23rd District and for the future of America, he is home in Bakersfield with his wife Judy and two children Connor and Meghan.

Serving With

Doug LaMalfa


Tom McClintock


Paul Cook


Jeff Denham


David Valadao


Devin Nunes


Steve Knight


Ed Royce


Ken Calvert


Mimi Walters


Dana Rohrabacher


Darrell Issa


Duncan Hunter