For Immediate Release
April 11, 2017
Sacramento – With two statewide polls now showing San Diego area businessman John Cox a close second to Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom in the race for Governor, local elected officials, as well as Republican and taxpayer group leaders are beginning to fall in behind his conservative anti-corruption banner.
Adding their names this week to the growing list of endorsements for John Cox are:
Deirdre Bennett, former Mayor, City of Colton
Nicholas Francois, Vice Chair, California College Republicans Capital Region
Fran Grizas, First Vice Chair, Lake San Marcos Republican Women Federated
Stephanie McKenzie, Councilmember, City of Marysville
Shellie Milne, former Councilmember, City of Hemet
Brian Raymond, Councilmember, City of Atwater
Cecilia Mendez, Board Member Dist. 1, Stockton Unified School District
Ourania Riddle, past President, Solano Taxpayers Association
Jack Weir, President, Contra Costa Taxpayers Association
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John Cox is a husband, father, businessman and Republican candidate for California Governor in 2018. Born and raised on the south-side of Chicago by a single mother public school teacher, John is a CPA who built his small business from the ground up. He is a longtime government reform advocate and conservative, and is running to eliminate the corrupting influence of special interest money that has made California the high-tax and regulation leader of the nation.