Don’t Bip Our Future
Watch the official campaign video for Cheyenne Kenney For Assembly 2024
Cheyenne Kenney discusses how the Oakland DMV had been out of English driver's manuals for over a month on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.'
Cheyenne Kenney recieves the endorsement of Presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy amongst a crowd of 13,000 people.
Cheyenne talks about her candidacy on The Unheard Perspective podcast.
Cheyenne Kenney was raised in Oakland California, in a little one bedroom apartment above Grocery Outlet. Growing up as an inner city kid, she was blessed to have a very colorful upbringing surrounded by people from all walks of life, from Rock N' Rollers to bikers to MMA fighters. Cheyenne's Father worked a blue collar job while her Mother chose to stay at home and homeschool her. Encouraged to explore every subject and interest, Cheyenne developed a deep love for history, literature, theater, and music. The one subject she did struggle in was mathematics, and as the years went on she started to fall behind.
As proud as she was (and still is) of her upbringing, she believed that her background and her struggle with math meant that it would never be possible for her to attend college. She often drove past UC Berkeley and thought that it would be the last place she'd end up, as she believed she would be lucky enough to graduate high school. One day, she finally decided to prove herself wrong; she moved herself up twelve years of math over the course of two years, graduated high school, and started her first year at community college at the beginning of the lockdowns.
It was in community college that she discovered TPUSA and became deeply involved with political activism, eventually starting her own TPUSA chapter in Oakland. Cheyenne started to get involved with grassroots lobbying as well, and would spend each day she wasn’t at school in Sacramento opposing tyrannical ballot initiatives. Cheyenne eventually got involved with the College Republicans and was elected as a central committee member for the Alameda County Republican Party at just 21 years old.
Cheyenne worked as hard as she could during her years at community college, not because she expected to go to a four year university, but simply because she enjoyed learning and wanted to prove to herself that she could succeed. In her final year at community college, she decided to apply to attend a four year University. When she had finished community college, she had excelled in her math class (and even received an A), graduated with honors, earned her Associate in Arts in History for Transfer, and was accepted into UC Berkeley.
As she watches the town she loves fall under hard times, Cheyenne feels she has no choice but to step up in order to save her town, her district, and her state. the State of California's legislators continue to introduce bills that attack our freedom and our way of life. The incompetence of our government officials have made it hard for us to even get by these days; no one has any money, and no one feels safe. All of this makes Cheyenne feel called to fight for her home, so that there will always be opportunity for the next inner city kid.
Cheyenne’s primary goal is to create a better life for children in the state of California. She lobbied in favor of SB14, a bill that makes child trafficking a violent felony, and plans on introducing her own bill that would deploy local task forces to return children home to their families. Cheyenne is a fierce advocate for parents rights as well, and worked alongside lobbyists and successfully defeated anti parent bills such as SB866 and AB957, and promises to continue to fight for the protection of our most vulnerable group.
Cheyenne has been involved with the medical freedom movement since the beginning of the lockdowns in 2020, and protested Fauci and his regime by throwing parties and attending demonstrations. Whether it's a vaccine mandate or suppression of information, Cheyenne will do everything she can to advocate for your right to bodily autonomy.
Growing up around motorcycle and classic car culture, the preservation of gas powered energy is another issue that is close to Cheyenne's heart. Gavin Newsom's plan to end gas powered energy is both an attack on a lifestyle and impractical. If we go full electric and we have another power outage, how we get anywhere? Not on Cheyenne's watch.
With crime on the rise, we can't even take a walk outside without worrying about being attacked or our property getting bipped. Cheyenne will provide solutions and make sure that those who cause harm to the innocent are held accountable for their actions.
Speaking of bipping, now anyone can bip your whole business and if you defend YOUR property YOU will be prosecuted. So if your merchandise is getting bipped and your taxes go up, how are you supposed to make any money? Cheyenne plans on presenting policies that involve deregulating businesses and lowering taxes so that you will be able to make it in the town.
• Vivek Ramaswamy, Presidential Candidate
• Alex Stein, host of Prime Time with Alex Stein
• Manuk Grigoryan, voice of Leave Our Kids Alone
• Stephen Davis
• Nick Molina, Veteran and owner and operator of MMA Bravo Zulu
• Sonja Shah, Chino Valley United School District Board Member
• Lindsey Graham, The Patriot Barbie
• Denise Aguilar
• Seak Smith, Founder of Mom Army
• Angel Prasad, President of Berkeley College Republicans
• Max Bonilla, independent Journalist
• Nicolette Vonchelle
• Daniel Silvas
• Harrison Tinsley, Dad and protecter of Children