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Kia has devoted his career to fighting for families across this country and to making sure that each and every American - no matter where they are from, who they love, or what religion they practice - is treated with the respect and dignity that they deserve. Kia made the decision to run for Congress the night President Donald Trump unveiled his first discriminatory travel ban, which would have denied his own parents entry to the United States. He believes every American deserves fair treatment and equal opportunity. Kia will fight for our future by pushing to make college more affordable, to fix - not replace - the Affordable Care Act, for paid sick and family leave, and to ensure the creation of good jobs that pay a living wage.

In Congress, Kia will use his experience and public service skills to work for all residents of the 45th Congressional District.

  • Interview with The Iranian -   Kia recently spoke with “The Iranian about why he’s running and why, now more than ever, we need the first Iranian American Member of Congress.

2 days ago

Good news that Steve Bannon is out of the White House, but he should have been fired a long time ago. I'm sure he won't be the last departure from Trump's team.