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Watch the KCRA 3/CapRadio debate for US House District 3

KCRA 3 and CapRadio host a live discussion on Tuesday with several top candidates for US District 3 headquarters. Kermit Jones, a physician from Roswell, is running. Republican Scott Jones, Sacramento County Sheriff. and Republican Kevin Kiley, a member of the state convention now representing parts of El Dorado, Placer and Sacramento counties. You can watch KCRA 3 live chat on TV or online with this video at 7:30 PM, and you can listen to CapRadio stations. Our newsletter is shown before the discussion. US House District 3 does not have an established body after its remodeling in the California redistribution process. The area represents parts of Plumas, Mono, Sacramento Sierra, Yuba, Nevada, Placer, El Dorado, Alpine and Inyo counties. KCRA 3 presenter Edie Lambert and CapRadio state journalist Nicole Nixon are moderating the discussion. We will post updates here as the discussion progresses. Update 7:51 p.m. The coordinators asked a series of quick fire questions. Do you support a return to COVID restrictions? Kiley: Absolutely not. Scott Jones: Absolutely not. Kermit Jones: No. Should Roe V. Wade be overthrown? Scott Jones says he will support its overthrow “as a federal mandate.” Kermit Jones says no. “We have to get the big government out of people’s lives.” Kevin Kelly says he is in favor of life “and I would fight for politics in favor of life”. Do you consider climate change to be an urgent threat? Kermit Jones said he does. “These fires are getting worse. They do not play politics. “Kevin Kiley says climate change can be a factor in some cases. Scott Jones says it’s something you have to deal with and it has to be fact-based. Kevin Kiley “It depends on what you mean by legal.” He claims anonymous abuse. Scott Jones says my honest answer is “I do not know.” Future. Kermit Jones: He said the federal government has a big role to play in tackling the issue, including tax incentives, and said water and forestry issues could not be resolved if they were not addressed Kevin Kiley: criticized Gav calls on Gavin Newsom to reduce water use and explained that there is plenty of water in the ocean, and proposes a constitutional amendment for water storage projects. and wants to avoid asking residents to reduce water. Scott Jones: He said water conservation is the key to tackling the state drought. He explained that other alternative sources of restraint, such as underwater springs in the Sacramento Basin, could help solve drought problems. Update 7:43 p.m. in housing in grocery stores. As a member of Congress, what would you do to lower prices? Scott Jones: He said the economy is “out of control” and the government must first “stop printing more money”. Second, we must live within our means in the federal government. Third, we must begin to pay off the national debt. He says he is the only candidate who has pledged not to support new taxes. Kermit Jones: He says inflation is hitting the middle class “very hard”. He talked about correcting supply chain issues. “If there is a problem in China that affects here,” he said. He said he supported the abolition of the gas tax. “This is the money that should be in people’s pockets,” he said. Kevin Kiley: He called inflation “a huge tax on every American.” He said the cause is out of control spending. He has pledged to curb waste, fraud and abuse and wants to repeal regulations and restart the Keystone pipeline. He also said he was leading the fight to suspend the gas tax. Update 7:36 p.m. The shooting in Uwalde, Texas that left 19 children and two teachers dead is the latest armed violence to plague the United States. We asked the three candidates why they believe that only in this country do mass shootings happen so often. Kevin Kiley: He said the issue is complicated by issues related to mental health and broken families. He said he was interested in solutions to the horrific attacks and believed that politicians were not taking any action to change anything. His solutions include more officers on campus. Scott Jones: He said that if he thought for a minute that there was a law that could end gun violence, he would sign it. He likened gun control to DUI prevention. He said the new gun laws did little to deter criminals and affect law-abiding citizens. Kermit Jones: He said we do not have the tools in the communities to deal with mental health issues. He wants to increase funding for mental health services and troubled young people, explaining that troubled young people tend to belong to a certain age group. Update: 7:12 p.m. Here is a closer look at the candidates involved in the debate.

KCRA 3 and CapRadio host a live discussion on Tuesday with several top candidates for US District 3 headquarters.

The candidates are Democrat Kermit Jones, a doctor from Rosville. Republican Scott Jones, Sacramento County Sheriff. and Republican Kevin Kiley, a member of the state convention now representing parts of El Dorado, Placer and Sacramento counties.

  • You can watch the live broadcast on KCRA 3 on TV or online with the video on this player at 7:30 p.m. and you can listen to CapRadio stations. Our newsletter is shown before the discussion.

US House District 3 does not have an established body after its remodeling in the California redistribution process. The area represents parts of Plumas, Mono, Sacramento Sierra, Yuba, Nevada, Placer, El Dorado, Alpine and Inyo counties.

KCRA 3 presenter Eddie Lambert and CapRadio state reporter Nicole Nixon are moderating the discussion. We will post updates here as the discussion progresses.

Update 7:51 p.m.

The coordinators asked a series of quick fire questions.

Do you support a return to restrictions for COVID?

Kiley: Absolutely not.

Scott Jones: Absolutely not.

Kermit Jones: No.

Should Roe V. Wade be overthrown?

Scott Jones says he would support its overthrow “as a federal mandate”.

Kermit Jones says no. “We have to get the big government out of people’s lives.”

Kevin Kiley says he is for life “and I would fight for politics for life”.

Do you consider climate change to be an urgent threat?

Kermit Jones said he does. “These fires are getting worse. “They are not playing politics.”

Kevin Kiley says climate change may be a factor in some cases.

Scott Jones says it’s something you have to deal with and it has to be based on facts.

Do you think Joe Biden was elected legally?

Kevin Kiley says that “it depends on what you mean by legal”. Complains abuses that are not named.

Scott Jones says my honest answer is “I do not know”.

Kermit Jones says yes and that the majority of Americans believe that.

Update 7:46 p.m.

California is in a severe drought with no end in sight in the near future. We asked the candidates what could be done more to save water.

Kermit Jones:

He said the federal government has a big role to play in tackling the issue, including tax incentives. If fires and forest issues are not addressed, water problems cannot be solved.

Kevin Kiley:

Criticize Gab. Gavin Newsom appeals to reduce water use and explained that there is plenty of water in the ocean. He proposes a constitutional amendment for water storage projects and wants to avoid asking residents to reduce water.

Scott Jones:

He said water retention is the key to tackling the state’s drought. He explained that other alternative sources of retention, such as underwater sources in the Sacramento Basin, could help solve drought problems.

Update 7:43 p.m.

The average price of gas here in California is now over $ 6 a gallon and inflation is making everything more expensive, from cars to homes and groceries. As a member of Congress, what would you do to reduce prices?

Scott Jones:

He said the economy was “out of control” and that the government should first “stop printing more money”. Second, we must live within our means in the federal government. Third, we must begin to pay off our national debt. He says he is the only candidate who has pledged not to support new taxes.

Kermit Jones:

He says inflation is hitting the middle class “very hard”. He talked about correcting supply chain issues. “If there is a problem in China that affects here,” he said. He said he supported the abolition of the gas tax. “This is money that should be in people’s pockets,” he said.

Kevin Kiley:

He called inflation “a huge tax on every American.” He said the cause is out of control spending. He has pledged to curb waste, fraud and abuse and wants to repeal regulations and restart the Keystone pipeline. He also said he was leading the fight to suspend the gas tax.

Update 7:36 p.m.

The shooting in Uwalde, Texas that left 19 children and two teachers dead is the latest armed violence to plague the United States. We asked the three candidates why they believe that only in this country do mass shootings happen so often.

Kevin Kiley:

He said the issue is complicated by issues related to mental health and broken families. He said he was interested in solutions to the horrific attacks and believed that politicians were not taking any action to change anything. His solutions include more officers on campus.

Scott Jones:

He said that if he thought for a minute that there was a law that could end armed violence, he would sign it. He likened gun control to DUI prevention. He said the new gun laws do not deter criminals and instead affect law-abiding citizens.

Kermit Jones:

He said that we do not have the tools in the communities to deal with mental health issues. He wants to increase funding for mental health services and troubled youth, explaining that troubled young people tend to be a specific age group.

Update: 7:12 p.m.

Here is a closer look at the candidates involved in the debate.

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