The 1st District in San Bernardino County deserves a Supervisor with courage and conviction. An infantry officer who served with distinction in the United States Marine Corps and a veteran of the Vietnam War, retired Colonel Paul Cook’s military career spanned twenty-six years. His actions in combat earned him a number of honors, including two Purple Hearts and the Bronze Star Medal with Valor Device.
Continuing his lifetime commitment to service, Paul distinguished himself in the California State Assembly by fighting government corruption, reducing taxes, and increasing penalties on sex offenders who prey on children. During his time in Congress, he helped rebuild a military weakened by eight years of bad policy, championed the largest tax cut in a generation, and authored a landmark bill on public lands in the desert.
His commitment to law and order, reducing government, and lowering taxes have helped protect working families throughout California, and he has been a tireless advocate for veterans and military families.
As Supervisor, Paul will be a leader with the courage
to stand on principle and fight for our values.
Can you chip in right now to send
Paul to the Board of Supervisors to fight for us?
Colonel Paul Cook (ret.) announced the endorsement of the Sheriff’s Employees’ Benefit Association (SEBA), the public safety association for the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s sworn personnel and District Attorney investigators, in his race for County Supervisor, District 1. Cook stated, “I’m proud to have the endorsement of the most important law enforcement employee association […]Read More »
Colonel Paul Cook, USMC (ret.) announced today his campaign for San Bernardino County Supervisor in District 1. “Serving in Congress has been an absolute honor, and I’m proud of my numerous victories amid a tough partisan atmosphere. Our high desert needs continued strong leadership at the county level, and I pledge to fight for this area with the same dedication and conviction I’ve demonstrated my entire career.”Read More »