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John Cook is the Democratic nominee for Texas Land Commissioner in the 2014 Texas elections. Running for such an Important Position takes some money and that's where I need to ask my Supporters for help. More ...
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John Cook is the Democratic nominee for Texas Land Commissioner in the 2014 elections. After a successful quarter of a century communications career, he retired as a manager from Southwestern Bell.  John is a former teacher, a Vietnam combat veteran, the longest serving municipal elected official of El Paso, and a loving family man. He has lived in Texas the majority of his life, currently residing in El Paso, where his family has owned several businesses.

The Texas Land Commissioner is arguably the third most powerful elected office in the State of Texas. The Commissioner is responsible for managing over $29 billion in natural resources and land assets owned by the State of Texas.

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John has received numerous awards throughout his years of service. Among the most notable, John received the Road Hand Award and the Teens in the Driver’s Seat Award from the Texas Department of Transportation for his leadership on transportation issues. In 2009, he received the Bi-National Border Achievement Award from the U.S./Mexico Chamber of Commerce. The El Paso Municipal Police Officers Association has twice designated John as “Legislator of the Year” for his tireless support of public safety. He was voted Best Elected Official three times by El Paso Inc. and What’s Up El Paso. In 2012, John was named 5th Best Mayor in the World for his high ethical standards by the City Mayor’s Foundation, a London based think tank.

John received national recognition for his expertise on issues that impact our relationship with Mexico, assuring a balance between securing the border and promoting international trade. Janet Napolitano, Secretary of Homeland Security, appointed John as a member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council and the Southwest Border Task Force. He is the co-founder of the U.S.-Mexico Border Mayors Association.

John Cook tells Texans why he wants to be Texas Land Commissioner instead of George P. Bush, with a song 

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We appreciate each and every donation we receive, not matter how big or small. With a 5$ donation, you get a HUGE Thank You and a High Five!
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Like Music? Then you have to hear John Cook's Music album, filled with original songs. For your Support, you will Receive exclusive access to our members only Newsletter, as well as Johns Music Album in Mp3 Format (7 songs Total)
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You will receive all the benefits of the Music Man perk, as well as a Limited Edition CD; Signed by John Cook. This is a Great CD for the Collection!
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