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  • Imagine an effective and efficient government.

  • Imagine what we could fund if we eliminate wasteful spending.

  • Imagine if we contract out work to the private sector to reduce costs.

  • Imagine if we reward hard working taxpayers with a government that runs a surplus.

  • Imagine a more informed public who knows what’s going on and cares enough to get involved.

  • Imagine if our graduation rate was 90% of high school students and not 73%.

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For Effective, Efficient and Affordable Government

Kern Citizens for Sustainable Government is a local watchdog organization. Our goal is to be the opinion leader organization in Kern County, and be the voice for the general public. We want to inform and educate the public on issues facing Kern County that affect our economy and the efficiency of government.  We want to work with our local leaders to address important local issues and offer common sense solutions and see government run more like the private sector.

We are a non-partisan advocacy group.
KCSG is not a PAC and we do not endorse political candidates.


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Interested in joining our team?

Kern Citizens for Sustainable Government has a new position available, Director of Policy and Community Affairs. Please read the full job description and contact us to schedule an interview.


Latest News

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Imagine Kern County

Imagine what Kern County can do if we are able to maximize our business potential, solve the societal burdens holding us back, and ensure sustainable economic policy. Watch video here...

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KCSG on Education

Meet 4 of our Advisory Board Members: Antonio Beccari, David Yurosek, Melissa Poole, and Brenn Burtch. They discuss the efforts for effective education and reasons why they engaged with Kern Citizens. Watch video here...

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KCSG on Pensions

Meet 3 of our Advisory Board Members: Edwin Camp, Sean McNally, and Jeff Gutierrez. They discuss the pension crisis and reasons why they engaged with Kern Citizens. Watch video here...