Kevin Kiley Biography, Age, Family, Education, Career, Net Worth, Relationship

Northern California counties to vote in the special election

California Senate District 1 seat is open and two Republican Assemblymembers are vying for the seat. Residents will elect their new senator on June 4.

So, who is running for the California Senate District 1 seat? Well, the people voting in this district may be pretty familiar with the candidates, since they are currently assemblymembers in the area.

People in the 11 counties that make up California Senate District 1 will head to the polls June 4 to elect a new state senator.

Assemblymember Brian Dahle (R – Redding) and Assemblymember Kevin Kiley (R – Granite Bay) represent Assembly Districts 1 and 6, respectively, and are running to fill the vacant Senate seat. Both Dahl and Kiley were the top two candidates of the six that initially ran in the primary special election held on March 26.

This special election is to fill the seat left vacant by Ted Gaines, who is now a member of the California State Board of Equalization for District 1. Previously, Gaines served eight years as the California state senator for District 1.

Dahle currently represents Butte, Lassen, Susanville, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra and Siskiyou Counties. Dahle currently serves on the following committees: business and professions, environmental safety and toxic materials, water and the joint committee on fisheries and aquaculture.

Kiley has introduced nine pieces of legislation this year including a bill that would increase the amount of money the State provides to help with disaster relief for the Carr and Klamathon fires.

Kiley currently represents people in northern Sacramento, Placer and El Dorado Counties including El Dorado Hills, Lincoln, Granite Bay, Roseville, Folsom, and other communities. Kiley currently serves on the following committees: education, privacy, and consumer protection, higher education, judiciary, and housing and community development.

Kiley has introduced 27 pieces of legislation this year including a bill for school safety plans and teaching students about drug abuse and the effects of steroids.

If either candidate is elected, their respective district will have a vacant seat, and a special election would need to be held to fill those seats.

Kevin Kiley Biography

Kevin Kiley is an American sportscaster and talk show host. Kiley has worked on radio and television, including talk shows on Fox Sports Radio, WQAM in Miami, and WTEM in Washington.

Kiley also spent over a decade at Turner Sports (TBS/TNT), covering everything from the NFL to the Goodwill Games, and worked for several years as a sideline reporter for Westwood One NFL coverage. In the late 1980s, Kiley was at ESPN, calling College Football games alongside Jim Kelly.

Kevin Kiley Age

Kiley is 65 years old as of 2019.

Kevin Kiley Education

He attended the University of Wyoming.

Kevin Kiley Relationship | Marriage | Children

Kiley married Lauren Kiley. The couple has two children, Alex Riley, and Kristopher Kiley.

Kevin Kiley Career

Kiley has worked on radio and television, including talk shows on Fox Sports Radio, WQAM in Miami, and WTEM in Washington. Kiley also spent over a decade at Turner Sports (TBS/TNT), covering everything from the NFL to the Goodwill Games, and worked for several years as a sideline reporter for Westwood One NFL coverage.

In the late 1980s, Kiley was at ESPN, calling College Football games alongside Jim Kelly. He also was the color commentator for the 1989 Florida State at Florida football game on Saturday night, Dec. 2, 1989.

Kiley was part of Washington, D.C., sports radio outlet WTEM’s initial lineup in 1992, is paired with Rich “The Coach” Gilgallon on the afternoon drive Kiley and the Coach, which was canceled the following January due to low ratings.

He returned to WTEM in late 1996, hosting their midday slot solo (a hiatus period for The Tony Kornheiser Show) and was eventually paired with the Chuck Booms on WTEM’s afternoon show.

Kiley & Booms would be canceled by WTEM in late 1998, but the two were reunited in September 2000 as the nascent Fox Sports Radio’s first-afternoon drive show.

In 2007, he moved to Los Angeles after residing many years in the Washington, D.C. area. Kiley is the former co-host of The Michael Irvin Show on KESN-FM 103.3 ESPN in Dallas/Fort Worth.

The show was canceled February 5, 2010, with Kiley and Irvin later hosting a similar midday radio show on WQAM in Miami, a position he relinquished to reunite with Chuck Booms in 2011, co-hosting the morning show Kiley & Booms on Cleveland’s “Sports Radio 92.3 The Fan” WKRK-FM.

After Booms was fired in 2015, Ken Carman replaced him and the show was renamed, Kiley & Carman.

Kiley resigned from WKRK in February 2016. On February 12, Kiley was not on the air after appearing the night before on a local TV sports show in Cleveland, during which he announced his departure from the radio station.

He claimed he was being censored by station management, but indicated that it was not the reason he was leaving. He said that he had actually submitted his resignation the previous November and it was supposed to take effect at the end of February.

Kiley sparked controversy in January 2016 when he called the hiring of Kathryn Smith as a coach by the Buffalo Bills “absurd”, and said women should not be allowed to be NFL officials or vote for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Kiley has also been an anchor/reporter for ABC affiliate WJLA-TV in Washington, D.C., as well as Raycom Sports and Jefferson-Pilot.

Kiley played football for the University of Wyoming and the Chicago Fire of the World Football League and was cut by the New York Jets in 1974 during training camp.

Kevin Kiley Net Worth

Kiley has an estimated net worth of $16 million.

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