Mayor of Huntington Beach
"Casey McKeon is a true fiscal conservative who will stand up to those who want to raise our taxes. He is an independent candidate who will work for the best interests of the residents and small business owners, not special interests. Born and raised in Huntington Beach, Casey cares deeply about our community and I am confident he will work to ensure public safety has the resources needed to keep us safe."
Huntington Beach City Council Member and former Mayor
"Casey will be an asset to the City Council. Having grown up here, he has a community perspective that is needed and his professional experience gives him the essential tools to navigate the many challenges facing our City."
The Huntington Beach Police Management Association
"The Huntington Beach Police Management Association proudly endorses Casey McKeon for Huntington Beach City Council"
Former Mayor, Huntington Beach
"Casey is a grassroots candidate that is running to represent the citizens of Huntington Beach, not special interests groups. He is a 3rd generation Huntington Beach resident and small business owner. He will fight to protect our suburban beach community and support our small businesses."
"Casey McKeon is a 'newbie' to politics. He is running with the support of: 1) HB Mayor, Conservative Lyn Semeta (who is a solid conservative, but has chosen not to run for re-election), 2) Erik Peterson, current HB City Council Member, and 3) Ron Sterud, a known Conservative Political HB activist, and 4) Huntington Beach Republican Assembly (and CRA, of course!), which only endorse fiscally and socially Conservative candidates. I have interviewed Casey and feel comfortable in putting him as one of my 3. On social issues he does lean a tad more Libertarian in some areas than me, but an overall strong candidate. CASEY is on the Pro-Family Candidates List."
Officially endorsed by the Huntington Beach and California Republican Assembly
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