|Candidate, Douglas County School Board, District D|
|Bachelor's||University of Utah|
|Master's||University of Colorado-Denver|
|Profession||Small business owner|
Leung graduated with a B.S. from the University of Utah in 1990. He later earned a M.B.A. and M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Colorado-Denver. Leung served as a consultant to the U.S. Army during the First Gulf War and received a Certificate of Appreciation. He is currently an IT consultant and the owner of Magic Rabbit Carwash, Detail & Lube Co. Leung and his wife of 23 years, Shirley, currently reside in Castle Rock, Colorado.
Kevin Leung is currently unopposed for the District D seat on the Douglas County School District Board of Education.
As of 7/22/13 no campaign donations or expenditures for Kevin Leung have been reported to the Colorado Secretary of State. He currently has $650.00 remaining from his 2009 campaign.
Kevin Leung has not received any official endorsements for his 2013 campaign as of yet. In 2009, he received an endorsement from Douglas County Federation of Teachers.
Leung first ran for the District D seat in 2009, but was defeated by current incumbent and Douglas County Republican Party endorsed candidate Dan Gerken.  The school board is officially non-partisan, however political endorsements impacted the campaign. The Douglas County Republican Party endorsed Gerken and fellow candidates John Carson, Meghann Silverthorn, and Doug Benevento, while the Douglas County Federation of Teachers and Classified Employees union endorsed Leung.
|Douglas County School District, District D, Coordinated Election, 2009|
Leung's campaign website listed the following issues for his 2013 campaign:
Maintain academic excellence
"I will work to ensure adequate resources are allocated to the school principals and to ensure more responsive communication with school accountability councils to improve their schools."
Improve financial management
"I will restore efficient use of taxpayers’ money to maximize educational opportunities, reduce class size and restore the lost instructional time in high schools, benefiting both charter and neighborhood schools’ students enrolled to DCSD high schools."
Improve employee morale
"DCSD should seek to attract and retain great employees who can excite and motivate students and work well with parents."
"Increase funding for capital maintenance on charter, neighborhood, and alternative school properties."
"Create an advisory committee on charter schools to address charter schools’ concerns, and to promote cooperation between charter and neighborhood schools. I will strive to reform the District Accountability Committee so it will become a truly independent advisory committee that represents the diversity of our school district."
About the district The county seat is Castle Rock, named after a notable nearby butte. The district lies on the Colorado Piedmont and features woodlands and mesas.
Douglas County outperforms the rest of Colorado based on average household income, poverty rate and graduation rates in 2011. The average household income in Douglas County was $101,193 compared to $57,685 for the state of Colorado. The poverty rate in Douglas County was 3.5% compared to 12.5% for the entire state. The U.S. Census also found that 54.6% of Douglas County residents aged 25 years and older attained a bachelor's degree compared to a 36.3% in Colorado.
- Denver Post "Douglas County School District 2009 Election Results" Accessed July 19, 2013
- Kevin Leung for Douglas County Schools "Issues" Accessed July 19, 2013
- LinkedIn "Kevin Leung" Accessed July 19, 2013
- Kevin Leung for Douglas County Schools "About Kevin" Accessed July 19, 1987
- Colorado Secretary of State Elections Division TRACER Search, Accessed 7/22/13
- Douglas County Clerk and Recorder, "Coordinated Election Results, November 3, 2009," accessed July 22, 2013
- Jeremy P. Meyer, The Denver Post, "Douglas County school board race turning into partisan battle," October 20, 2009
- Kevin Leung for Douglas County Schools, Accessed July 19, 2013
- United States Census Bureau. "2010 Census Data". United States Census Bureau. http://www.census.gov/2010census/data/. Retrieved on 8 July 2013.
- U.S. Census, "Douglas County Quick Facts, Accessed July 16, 2013
- Colorado Secretary of State, “Voter Registration Numbers,” Accessed July 19, 2013