As your Assemblyman, I’ll work on jobs. But job creation will lag, and families will suffer, until our Legislature regains a reputation for productive work, including on-time State Budgets. I pledge myself to work daily on jobs and restoring the Legislature’s honor. Onward and Upward.
Rancho Cordova – Ken Cooley, former Mayor and current Councilmember, announced today that Great Places to Work named the City of Rancho Cordova as one of the top 25 small workplaces in the United States on its annual Best Small & Medium Workplaces list. The City of Rancho Cordova is the first local government agency to ever appear on this list that honors organizations demonstrating exceptional workplace culture. The winning agencies were published today in the online version of FORTUNE Magazine.
"This is great news for my home city! This award shows yet again that our City's distinctive approach to growing strong businesses and families continues to bring accolades," said Ken Cooley, candidate for the 8th Assembly District.
Rancho Cordova - Councilmember Ken Cooley, candidate for the 8th Assembly District, will host the last of five free community pancake breakfasts on Saturday, October 27, 2012 from 8:00-9:30 AM at the Veterans Memorial Hall in Carmichael Park off of Grant Avenue in Carmichael.
Ken Cooley is well-known in Rancho Cordova for bringing his community events to neighborhoods in order to create an open and interactive government. “Meeting and talking with people at the numerous pancake breakfasts we have had throughout the district has been a great way to strengthen ties with each community.
Rancho Cordova - Councilmember Ken Cooley, candidate for the 8th Assembly District, will host a free pancake breakfast on Saturday, October 20, 2012 from 8:00 - 9:30 AM at the Madera Park on 8046 Wonder Street off of Sunrise Blvd in Citrus Heights. Ken Cooley is well-known in Rancho Cordova for bringing his community events to neighborhoods in order to create an open and interactive government. "Pancake breakfasts are my way to meet people one-on-one and strengthen ties within a community. I am thrilled to bring my pancake grills to the Westwood Park, where I encourage folks to stop by, have a cup of coffee and ask me about the issues that face California today," said Ken Cooley.
Rancho Cordova – The Golden State Manufactured-home Owners League, Inc. (GSMOL) announced their endorsement of Rancho Cordova Councilmember Ken Cooley for the 8th Assembly District. “I am truly honored to have earned the support and endorsement from GSMOL, an organization that advocates for the protection of homeowners’ rights and works diligently to improve the Mobile Home Residency Law,” said Ken Cooley. “Manufactured- homes and mobile homes provide great opportunities for people to own their own home and a slice of the American dream,” continued Cooley.
Ken Cooley was the sole candidate endorsed by the Golden State Manufactured-home Owners League, Inc. in the race for the newly drawn 8th Assembly District. The district includes the communities of
Arden-Arcade, Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Rancho Cordova, Rancho Murieta, Rosemont, Wilton, and other portions of unincorporated Sacramento County. Ken is a founding member of the Rancho Cordova City Council and has served continuously since his election in 2002, and served as Mayor in 2005 and 2010. He brings his experience in creating jobs, balancing a government budget and maintaining a surplus every year he has served.
Golden State Manufactured-home Owners League, Inc. (GSMOL) is a nonprofit homeowner advocacy organization, dedicated to protecting the rights and quality of life of manufactured home owners. GSMOL educates homeowners on their rights, solves problems for manufactured home communities throughout California, and supports legislative efforts, including improving the Mobile-home Residency Law (MRL).www.kencooley.com
Rancho Cordova – The campaign to elect Ken Cooley to the newly drawn 8th Assembly District has launched a new television advertisement that highlights Cooley’s leadership and his part in bringing businesses to Rancho Cordova. One such achievement is a local factory, Woodmack Products, Inc.
Co-owner of a local manufacturing company Woodmack Products, Inc. Dorinda McMillan, tells the story of Rancho Cordova’s Ken Cooley and the City’s success in building a community where businesses can thrive, the A+ credit rating of the City and its achievement of a balanced budget every year.
The audio and text of the ad includes the following:
“Ken helped make Rancho Cordova a city, but more importantly he balanced the budget every year. He built up an A+ credit rating and worked with law enforcement to reduce crime so that businesses have the confidence to move here and families want to stay.
We need more people like Ken Cooley in the state assembly.” - Dorinda McMillan
The ad also highlights Ken’s endorsement by California Police Chiefs Association and the California Small Business Association. The ad can be viewed on the web: http://www.kencooley.com/videos/videos/ken-cooley-for-assembly-business
Ken Cooley is the sole Democratic candidate in the race for the newly drawn 8th Assembly District. The district includes the communities of Arden-Arcade, Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Rancho Cordova, Rancho Murieta, Rosemont and Wilton and other portions of unincorporated Sacramento County. Ken is a founding member of the Rancho Cordova City Council, has served continuously since his 2002 election, and served as Mayor in 2005 and 2010.
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Rancho Cordova- The California Nurses Association, (CNA) has endorsed Ken Cooley for his bid to represent the 8th Assembly District. “Nurses are on the front lines of a growing healthcare industry. They understand the demands of many complex medical needs for a variety of patients. I am truly honored to have the support from our talented nurses and medical personnel for my candidacy,” said Rancho Cordova City Councilmember, Ken Cooley.