As a South Bay small business owner for more than 30
years, Craig Huey knows first-hand the difficulty of
making tough decisions. Despite enduring multiple
recessions, he has maintained a business that provides
jobs for the region. This is the type of experience we
need in California's leaders.
With his talent, energy, and knowledge, Craig is ready
and willing to serve the residents of the South Bay.
•Real hope...True change
•Restoring the California Dream
•Reclaiming jobs, freedom and prosperity
Craig went to elementary school in the Hawthorne area.
He attended Junior and High school in El Segundo.
Craig graduated from California State University at Long
Beach with a degree in Political Science, and a double
minor in history and economics. He did his student
teaching for a secondary education credential at Poly
He is a nationally recognized political commentator and
marketing consultant. He has appeared on national news
outlets such as Fox News. Craig is also a frequent radio
talk-show guest-speaker on KFI, KKLA, KBRT, KRLA, KWVE
Over the years, Craig has earned an international
reputation as a business consultant with a variety of
clients. A winner of 77 awards, he is known for his
ability to lead nationwide business seminars and create
successful and lucrative business initiatives for his
Craig has spoken to audiences nationally and
internationally on economics and politics, and has
participated in more than 1,000 talks and seminars
In 2011, he ran for U.S. Congress in the South Bay. He
met with thousands of concerned South Bay citizens, and
exceeded all expectations in a hard-fought race.
Craig is president of
which received 200,000 visits last election. He is also
the publisher of Reality Alert newsletter.
Craig Huey has served on the Republican Central
Committee and is involved in South Bay politics. He
knows the problems of this community and will work hard
to represent this district in Sacramento.
Along with his wife Shelly and their 5 children, Asher,
Julia, Caleb, Kelly and Cory, Craig Huey believes
greatness is in store for the future of California--but
only with your help and your support