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Jeffries' Annual Fundraiser at the Lake Elsinore Storm's Opening Day
 

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GRCCPAC endorses Jeffries' re-election campaign for County Supervisor, District 1
 

Honored to have just received the endorsement from the Greater Riverside Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee (GRCCPAC).   » read more

JEFFRIES ANNOUNCES FREE RECEPTION BEFORE SWEARING-IN
 

 

JEFFRIES ANNOUNCES FREE RECEPTION BEFORE SWEARING-IN
Supervisor-Elect Jeffries, Supervisor Stone to co-host event at CAC, 8am on January 8th

RiversideSupervisor-Elect Kevin Jeffries and Supervisor Jeff Stone are inviting the public to attend a free reception preceding their joint swearing-in ceremony on January 8th.   » read more
Kevin Jeffries Announces Choice for Riverside County Planning Commissioner
 

 

 
For Immediate Release: December 18, 2012                         
Contact: Jeff Greene 714-624-7139 (cell)
 
Kevin Jeffries Announces Choice for Riverside County Planning Commissioner
Charissa Leach will bring new experience and insight to the Commission
 
Riverside: Riverside County Supervisor-Elect Kevin Jeffries today announced his selection of Charissa Leach as the new Planning Commissioner for the 1st Supervisorial District.   » read more
SUPERVISOR-ELECT JEFFRIES ANNOUNCES STAFF POSITIONS
 

 SUPERVISOR-ELECT JEFFRIES ANNOUNCES STAFF POSITIONS

List includes Jeffries veterans, existing Board staff, and private sector experience
Riverside: Supervisor-Elect Kevin Jeffries today released his staff roster, along with brief bios and primary responsibilities in the new 1st District Office.   » read more
Election Update: Jeffries to Fight for Jobs
 

VOTE FOR JEFFRIES

Clear The Way For Job Creation - New Direction

Our County is billions in debt.   » read more

Election Update #3: Jeffries' Campaign Surge Makes Halloween Scary for Incumbent
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Election Update #2: Crime Victims Groups Support Jeffries
 

RIVERSIDE COUNTY ELECTION UPDATE #2


CRIME VICTIMS GROUPS ENDORSE JEFFRIES
Befuddled Buster Continues False Attacks – Part 2

 
CRIME VICTIMS GROUPS ENDORSE JEFFRIES!  More good campaign news this week, as two statewide organizations, the Crime Victims Action Alliance and the Citizens for Law and Order, both endorsed Kevin this week, citing his opposition to realignment, among other issues.   » read more
Statewide Crime Victims Organizations Endorse Jeffries
 

For Immediate Release: October 23, 2012

Contact: Stacy Nicola (951) 371-7155

Election Update: Positive Polls for Jeffries, Buster's Attacks Fall Flat, and Voting Deadlines Approach
 

RIVERSIDE COUNTY ELECTION UPDATE

JEFFRIES TAKES LEAD OVER BUSTER IN POLLS
Buster's Attacks On Jeffries Fall Flat
Election Deadlines Ahead


NEW POLL SHOWS JEFFRIES IN THE LEAD! Let’s start with some great news—we got the results from some polling that was done, and it showed Kevin Jeffries ahead of the 20 year incumbent by a margin of 41% to 31%.   » read more

 
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Taxfighter vs. 20 Year Incumbent (06/15/2012)
 

For Immediate Release: June 15, 2012 

Contact: Stacy Nicola (951) 371-7155 

 

KEVIN JEFFRIES READY FOR A RUNOFF!

Updated Vote Count Confirms Likely Showdown with Weakened
20 Year Incumbent in November


(Riverside, CA) The latest round of updated vote counts from the Riverside County Registrar of Voters again confirms that Kevin Jeffries is headed for a runoff in November against weakened 20-year incumbent County Supervisor Bob Buster.


With over 40,000 votes now counted, Kevin Jeffries has widened his lead over Mike Soubirous to 622 votes, and the last four vote updates have shown his lead grow. He has also narrowed the gap between him and the incumbent, with just over 6% of the vote now separating them.


Approximately 7,000 provisional ballots remain to be counted county wide, but no known experts are predicting a change in the final outcome.


“I am very pleased with the results of the June election,” said Jeffries. “Mike Soubirous ran a very well-funded and strong campaign. I believe it was my volunteers and the more than 8,000 homes that my wife and I personally visited that made the difference in this race. I also think that my 30 years experience as a small business owner helped voters trust that my commitment to fiscal responsibility and job creation is solid, and that my 29 years of service as a volunteer firefighter show my commitment to public safety and our community.”


Incumbent Supervisor Bob Buster, despite 20 years in office, received only 38% of the vote, and was forced into a runoff for the first time since his first election in 1992. “The incumbent’s low vote total has sent shock waves through the district,” said Jeffries. “After five terms as a Supervisor, over 61% of his constituents voted to have him retire from office. It is clear that Western Riverside County voters are looking for a change in leadership, and a new direction from their County Supervisor.”


Kevin Jeffries’ experience as a local business owner and volunteer firefighter, and his record at the state and local level of fighting for Riverside County residents and against higher taxes, burdensome regulations on job creators, and the early release of thousands of convicted criminals has earned him the support of the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, the California Small Business Association, Riverside County Farm Bureau, and the Riverside County Deputy District Attorneys Association, among others, as well as elected officials from every city in the district, including Mayor Ron Loveridge in the City of Riverside.


“I am very proud of the support I have received, and all of the work done by volunteers throughout the district. I want to thank them for all the help they provided, allowing me to make it to the runoff despite both other candidates having raised more money than I did,” said Jeffries. “I hope the voters who supported Mike Soubirous in his campaign against the incumbent will support me in this race, and I hope that many that didn’t vote in June will take the time to examine my support of real reform as we head to November.”

 

 

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Jeffries has been a resident of Riverside County for 41 years. He has been active in regional, local and non-profit organizations, serving 16 years as a locally elected water district Director, 2 years each as a Recreation & Parks Director and County Parks Advisory commissioner, 5 years as a Riverside County Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) member and 29 years as a Riverside County Volunteer Firefighter. Jeffries served on numerous Chamber of Commerce and economic development committees and is currently President and partner of his investment firms. Jeffries is serving his final term in the California State Legislature representing a large portion of both Riverside County and the First Supervisorial District.

   
 
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