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Former Orange County Congressman Chris Cox Endorses Todd Spitzer

Posted by Newsletter Reprint on February 23, 2012

This came over the wire from the Spitzer for Supervisor campaign:

Former Orange County Congressman Chris Cox Endorses Todd Spitzer

(ORANGE COUNTY, CA) Todd Spitzer’s campaign for 3rd District Supervisor announced the endorsement of former Orange County Congressman Chris Cox. Congressman Cox was elected to Congress in 1988 and served until 2005 serving in the House Majority Leadership.

“Over two decades in the White House and Congress, I worked with Todd Spitzer on critical issues of importance to all Orange Countians,” said Congressman Cox.  “Todd’s deep and varied experience in public service will be a huge asset on the Board of Supervisors.  He has my endorsement and my full support.”

In addition to his 20 years of public service, Todd Spitzer’s passion and small local business is dedicated to legal representation of businesses and crime victims under Marsy’s Law, a Statewide Initiative he served as campaign manager of. Spitzer’s public service includes his time as Assistant District Attorney, Orange County Supervisor and State Assemblyman. He currently lives in Orange with his wife Jamie, and their two children.

One Response to “Former Orange County Congressman Chris Cox Endorses Todd Spitzer”

  1. No GOP Fan said

    File this one in the has-been drawer.

    And if there’s any doubt who’s in the ol’ boy list of establishment Republicans in Orange County, take a look at everyone who’s endorsed Todd “3@50” Spitzer.

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