Craig Huey, Republican Candidate for State Assembly District 66

The small business owner points to his background in creating jobs and training opportunities.

General Information

Name: Mr. Craig Huey
Age: 62
Place of residence: Rolling Hills Estates



Attended college: Yes
College: CSU Long Beach
Degree: BA

Employment Information

Job titles held: NA
Employers: Creative Direct Marketing Group

Political Information

Party affiliation: Republican
Running for a: State office
Running for position: Assembly
Chamber/district: 66
Incumbent: No
Previous elective offices: NA
Unsuccessful bids for elective offices: 2011 Special Congressional election

Party HQ

3535 Torrance Blvd. #11
Torrance, CA 90503

Campaign Manager

Name: Mason Herron
Title: Campaign Manager


Website: craighuey.com
Twitter: twitter.com/craighuey/
Facebook: facebook.com/CraigHuey4Assembly

Other facts

I have been a small business owner for more than 30 years right here in the South Bay. I'd like to bring my experience with me to Sacramento and work toward growing jobs, turning our economy around, and Restoring the California Dream.

DR. Tim Scully August 06, 2012 at 05:37 PM
Mr. Huey is very narrow in his views. Despite what on the number of administrators required for schools to run in efficient manner, he still continues to hold to the mantra of administrative bloat. He is not quite what he seems.
Paul Tickenoff November 13, 2012 at 08:47 PM
And of course your views are broad, sweeping and all encompassing..., just as your view on fiscal budgeting probably is... And regardless of Mr. Huey's views, what part of out of control government spending and ill managed economic budgeting don't you see in today's society at all levels...?


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