Former Rep. Miller Joins Long List of Regional Leaders Supporting Young Kim for Congress
Fullerton, CA – Today, former U.S. Representative Gary Miller announced his endorsement of Young Kim as she seeks to unseat Gil Cisneros in California’s 39th Congressional District this November. Miller joins a long list of current and retired California elected officials that are backing the Young Kim campaign.
Former Representative Miller served in Congress from 1998 to 2015, representing California’s 39th, 41st, and 42nd districts during his tenure. The Congressman is best known for his work on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, his commitment to expanding benefits for veterans, and his pledge against raising taxes.
“Young Kim embodies what it takes to be an effective advocate and responsive leader for us in Congress. Young’s commitment to her community and her unwavering work ethic are much needed in Washington,” stated former Congressman Gary Miller. “I fully endorse Young Kim for Congress, knowing that she has what it takes to win and dutifully serve California.”
“Our campaign enters the new year with tremendous momentum and I am honored that Congressman Miller has offered his support. California Republicans have always been one of the most hardworking delegations in Congress and I am excited to beat Gil Cisneros and join their ranks.” stated former Assemblywoman Young Kim.
In addition to Congressman Miller, the Young Kim for Congress campaign has received endorsements from the following federal elected officials:
- U.S. Representative Ed Royce, ret.
- House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy
- Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, ret.
- U.S. Representative Ken Calvert
- U.S. Representative Devin Nunes
- U.S. Representative Paul Cook
- U.S. Representative Doug LaMalfa
- U.S. Representative Tom McClintock
- U.S. Representative Gary Miller, ret.
- U.S. Representative Mimi Walters, ret.
- U.S. Representative Darrell Issa, ret.
- U.S. Representative Jeff Denham, ret.
- U.S. Representative Steve Knight, ret.
- U.S. Representative David Valadao, ret.
- U.S. Treasurer Rosario Marin, ret.