San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer has endorsed Republican John Cox of Rancho Santa Fe for governor, the campaign announced Friday. “We need to reform Sacramento so it’s working for us again,” Faulconer said in

LOS ANGELES TIMES: Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice endorses John Cox for California governor.

Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice endorsed Republican John Cox for California governor on Thursday, saying he has the vision to address the state’s most vexing problems. “California’s future depends

Press Release For Release: September 12, 2018 Fortunate Son Gavin Newsom’s Claim He’s Benefitted from “No trust funds in my life” Rings False New Site Shows His Napa Valley Property

Press Release For Release: Sept. 10, 2018 Cox Releases First Statewide Radio Ads California – John Cox released his first radio ads in his race for Governor today. “These new

SANTA ROSA PRESS DEMOCRAT: John Cox, GOP candidates rally in Sonoma County

Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox and GOP hopefuls vying for other seats urged Sonoma County voters Sunday to support his call to “clean out the barn.” The Donald Trump-backed San

SACRAMENTO BEE: Could California have another Republican governor? New poll says it’s close

If California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom was expecting an easy race for the governor’s mansion, a poll released Thursday didn’t carry much in the way of good news. While the statewide

John Cox visits Kings County

HANFORD — John Cox, Republican candidate for governor, was in Hanford on Thursday to talk about the California high-speed rail, or as he likes to call it, “slow-speed boondoggle.” “This

Press Release For Immediate Release: Aug. 23, 2018 John Cox Joins Farmers and Agricultural Community in Calling on CA State Water Resources Board to #StoptheWaterGrab  California —  Gubernatorial candidate John

Gubernational candidate John Cox attended and spoke at San Luis Obispo’s Republican Party Summer BBQ Sunday. The event was at Cuesta Park from 1 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. To read

Everyone “knows” that a Republican like John Cox can’t be elected Governor in California because the state is just too blue, right? Well, the people of Maryland, Massachusetts, Illinois, or

John Cox checking out lines at the California DMV — for votes

Down in the polls and trailing Democrat Gavin Newsom in fundraising,Republican gubernatorial candidate John Cox may have latched onto an populist issue that unites a lot of Californians: long lines at the Department of

Gubernatorial candidate John Cox joined us in studio to talk about his campaign and some key issues in the race to become next governor of California. To watch the video,

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

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

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

“Right now, there is no plan in the state of California,” Newsom said. “There are no goals, there are no objectives, there are no timelines. There is no intentionality emanating

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

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

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