Gubernatorial candidate John Cox joined Good Morning San Diego to discuss the race that is heating up between him and Gavin Newsom to become California’s next governor in November. To

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Candidate talks issues in Sanger

Republican candidate for governor John Cox braved Sanger’s sweltering heat and muggy smoke-infused air July 18  to share his message of support for central San Joaquin Valley’s water supply and

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John Cox: Thinking Boldly About Housing

The California Economic Summit has been promoting a conversation among state leaders about how to lift millions of Californians who live in or near poverty into the middle class. The Summit has

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Cox: Brady Bunch Couldn’t Afford California Now Because of Excessive Regulations

Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox Sunday used the listing of “The Brady Bunch” house in Studio City for sale to criticize regulations he said are driving up the cost of housing. The

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Gubernatorial Candidate John Cox Wants to Run California’s Government More Efficiently

California Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox was invited to Pacific Palms Resort in City of Industry near Los Angeles on July 20. He addressed about 80 constituents and answered some

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SANGER, Calif. – Tuesday, Gavin Newsom brought his campaign for governor to the Valley. Wednesday, it was his opponent John Cox, who discussed the need for more water from the

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John Cox blames regulations for hurting California’s efforts to build homes and roads, and store water. During a stop in the Fresno area Wednesday (July 18), the Republican gubernatorial candidate

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SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) — California’s Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox is targeting corruption in state politics as part of his big pitch to voters in the fall. In the first interview

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How Control of Congress Could Swing on a Fight to Repeal California’s Gas Tax

SAN FRANCISCO — It was enacted by the thinnest of margins: A 12-cent gasoline tax passed by lawmakers last year to finance a multi-billion-dollar campaign to repair California roads and

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California voters will decide this November whether to get rid of higher gas taxes and vehicle registration fees approved last year. “This is a message to the millions of forgotten

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