Hermosa's Kit Bobko Latest to Endorse Craig Huey

As the November election nears, candidates continue to announce endorsements. See who is on Craig Huey's list.

Hermosa Beach Mayor Pro Tem Patrick "Kit" Bobko joins Manhattan Beach Mayor Wayne Powell on the list of politicians who have endorsed Republican Craig Huey in his bid for California's new 66th Assembly District

Huey's campaign announced Bobko's endorsement Monday.

“California needs a change,” said Bobko in a press release. “As a small business owner, Craig Huey understands what the economy needs in order to grow. Let’s restore fiscal strength and jobs by balancing the budget and eliminating job-killing regulations. Craig Huey will prioritize job creation and get Californians back to work.” 

Huey, a Rolling Hills Estates resident, is running against Democrat Al Muratsuchi, a Torrance school board member, to represent the South Bay—including Redondo Beach, Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach, the Palos Verdes Peninsula and Torrance—in the State Assembly. Voters will decide the race at the polls in the November election.

Huey has been endorsed by Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, Los Angeles County Supervisor Michael Antonovich, Rancho Palos Verdes Mayor Anthony Misetich, RPV City Council members Brian Campbell, Jerry Duhovic and Susan Brooks, former RPV Mayor Barbara Ferraro, Redondo Beach City Councilman Matt Kilroy, former Redondo Councilman Gerard Bisignano and former 66th Assembly District Republican candidate Nathan Mintz. Mintz lost to Huey and Muratsuchi under the new "top two" primary law in a March election.

In the March election, of the 256,635 voters registered within the 66th District, 54,334 voters cast their ballots in June's primary election. Muratsuchi received 22,225 votes; Huey received 20,939; and Mintz received 11,170.

Read what one former Rancho Palos Verdes mayor had to say about Huey here.

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Tim Sole August 24, 2012 at 05:18 AM
Bev, unfortunately, the "Read My Lips" campaign, that President Clinton so successfully run, will stick with me forever. I vote for people who are willing to step up and admit their mistakes. My opinion on Bush 2 is, he had tough choices to make. Second time we where attacked on our own soil, tough call to make. By the way, the first attack was by the Japanese. I live in the Southbay, I see what people drive.
Jeff Cohn September 13, 2012 at 02:16 PM
Kit Bobko has 0 voting credibility in Hermosa Beach. His record shows politics come before public safety and health. http://www.nobpinhb.com/2012/09/hermosa-beach-city-council-voting.html
bev October 19, 2012 at 02:55 AM
today - oct 18 2012 - ann romney said her husband's not serving in vietnam was because he was already serving a mission. serving a mission, she said. she neglected to mention he sat out the war in the south of france serving a mission for his church! while our young troops were fighting and dying for our country. when asked if ANY of their five sons have served in the military, she said, they have all served missions. she never mentioned they were 'serving' their church instead. she actually equates military service during wars to spending a year in france proselytizing for their religion ... what is wrong with these people??? i had friends who died in vietnam. and those who came back dead inside. for a LONG time. there is no comparison. the romneys are NOT in touch with america. or our ideals. or america's mission!
H. Schwartz October 19, 2012 at 01:57 PM
Hey Bev, did you vote for Clinton?
Tim Sole October 19, 2012 at 03:04 PM
I am really sure that neither of the candidates ever served in the military. I am also really sure that their children will never serve in the military. I am also really sure that their childrens children will not serve in the military. Rich peoples kids do not serve in the military and both candidates are really rich guys. So, this comes as no shock to me at all.


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