Dr. Kevin McNamee Qualifies for the November 3, 2020 Election


Thousand Oaks: July 30, 2020, Dr. Kevin McNamee qualified as a Thousand Oaks City Council candidate for the November 3, 2020 election.  

The long-time resident of Thousand Oaks, Dr. McNamee is an observer and speaker at city council meetings. He wishes to serve this special city as a citizen-politician by continuing his successful clinical practice, community college teaching, and volunteer activities while helping the city through public policy development.

Dr. McNamee said, “As a Thousand Oaks businessman, doctor and community college instructor, my desire is to serve our wonderful city by bringing innovative ways to make government more efficient, lower taxes, promote job growth, support business growth, and eliminate redundant, business killing, regulations.  The city is facing significant challenges and needs leadership with innovative problem solving skills to address the pending financial crisis from COVID-19.”

Dr. McNamee has met with and listened to his patients, college students, business owners and community leaders  about pressing issues. He decided to step up to the next level and represent their needs, concerns and values as a council member by bringing his diverse skill set and creative solutions to many challenges facing the city.

Dr. McNamee understands our city is special. He said, “It will take a cooperative team effort among council members to make a great city even better.”

Dr. McNamee’s website is www.VoteDrKevin.com



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Mike Smith
Mike Smith
3 months ago

Said Dr. McNamee, “It will take a cooperative team effort among council members to make a great city even better.”

Know why the Thousand Oaks City Council is Left-wing, and that it will take years to effect any conservative cooperation (if it’s possible). Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 applies.

Rob McCoy attempted a ‘cooperative team effort’ at the wrong time on the T.O. City Council, and look what that got the non-leftists of the city. Only >now< is he starting to fight the Left.