The campaign of Republican John Cox, the first announced candidate of the 2008 presidential race, now has committees actively organizing in 29 states.
The campaign announced three new state committee chairs Wednesday:
Tom Schneider of Riverton, New Jersey has joined the John Cox for President campaign as the New Jersey State Committee Chairman.Dean Coonrod of Cleveland, Oklahoma has joined the John Cox for President campaign as the Oklahoma State Committee Chairman.
Lewis W. Currier of Buffalo, Wyoming has joined the John Cox for President campaign as the Wyoming State Committee Chairman.
The Twenty-nine states with coordinators or state committee chairs are: Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, California, Kansas, South Dakota, Illinois, Nevada, Virginia, Montana, Oregon, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Nebraska, New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, Tennessee, Rhode Island, Washington, Missouri, Maine, Ohio, Florida, North Dakota, Alabama, New Jersey, Oklahoma and Wyoming.
The campaign has volunteer coordinators organizing over 150 counties across the nation.
As of 11 a.m. Eastern Time Wednesday, John Cox was winning The Real Sporer site’s Internet Presidential Poll at http://therealsporer.blogspot.com. John Cox has consistently done well in Internet surveys, demonstrating the strength of the nationwide campaign. In October, Cox won the daily online poll for Chicago station WIND-AM News-Talk 560, soundly beating McCain, Romney and Sec. of State Condoleezza Rice. Cox took 51 percent in the poll, while Romney won 42 percent, Rice 4 percent and McCain 2 percent.
John H. Cox, 51, is the former president of the Cook County (IL) Republican Party. He is a CPA, real estate broker, attorney and investment advisor. John Cox lives in Chicago, IL with his wife and four daughters. For more information, visit www.cox2008.com