For Immediate Release

San Luis Obispo, CA – March 30, 2022. Vicki Nohrden, candidate for Assembly District 30, received a key endorsement from Assemblyman Kevin Kiley, Assembly District 06.  AD 30 is a new, open district following the redistricting process, affording an opportunity for Nohrden’s new, positive strategies to make an impact on California’s current, failing government.  The district includes three counties: San Luis Obispo, Monterey, and Santa Cruz.

Kiley, now running for congress, states “It is really good to know even though this will be my last year in the Assembly we have a real fighter you’re going to be sending up there in Vicki Nohrden.”

“I’m running to stand up for families, for education choice and parents’ rights, for less government control of businesses, and for taxpayers who feel bullied by Sacramento,” says Nohrden.  Her common-sense platform begins with “No labels … let’s take the labels out of politics” 

Other high-level endorsements include Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, Senator Shannon Grove, Supervisor San Luis Obispo County Debbie Arnold, Mayor Pismo Beach Ed Waage, and San Luis Obispo County Assessor Tom Bordonaro Jr.

Vicki Nohrden has spent 25 years as a family advocate and community leader. Her public service has included classrooms, front rooms, boardrooms, and courtrooms throughout our region.

Her business career began in real estate and later her passion for restoring families led her to work as a youth director at the Presbyterian Church in Carmel impacting youth on school campuses. Her public service continued as a CASA — a Court Appointed Special Advocate for children — and later a family liaison in the juvenile justice system. Vicki continued her advocacy work with a focus on mental health. She also served as a member of a Civil Grand Jury overseeing claims of government corruption, accountability, and management.

Vicki is running for Assembly District 30 to be a voice for the people.


Contact: Kathryn Nation


Phone: (805) 330-1624