John Cox

businessman running for governor

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John Cox on KCRW

John Cox one of the Republicans in the California governor’s race. Originally from Illinois, he’s a venture capitalist living in Rancho Santa Fe.

John Cox on why he can win state office as a Republican

John Cox one of the Republicans in the California governor’s race. Originally from Illinois, he’s a venture capitalist living in Rancho Santa Fe.

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