David Cook Member- District 8 Arizona House of Representatives

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David Cook Member- District 8 Arizona House of Representatives

Cook began his career in the electrical apparatus field by helping farmers set up and maintain irrigation pumps and controls. After this, Cook moved back to Globe, AZ and worked for the Department of Corrections (DOC). In 2000, Cook’s family started the DC Cattle Company and their family staffs the ranch together. Cook is a graduate of Arizona State Universities’ Certified Public Manager Program.

In November 2016, Cook was elected to represent Arizona’s 8th District. After election, Cook became a sitting member of the Natural Resources, Energy & Water Committee

Representative cook has served on the following committees:

  • Energy, Environment and Natural Resources
  • Land, Agriculture and Rural Affairs
  • Transportation and Infrastructure

Some recent bills sponsored by Representative Cook:

  • Legislators; mileage rate; distance. 5/27/2019: House Rules (12:20 5/27/2019 HHR 4)
  • Appropriations; direct services; referrals. 5/27/2019: Senate miscellaneous motion: HB 2759 substituted for SB 1547. Motion carried.
  • Empowerment scholarships; qualified school. 6/6/2019: Chapter 276
  • Stan Furman; death resolution. 5/9/2019: Transmitted to Secretary Of State
  • TPT; marketplace facilitators; nexus. 2/20/2019: House WM Committee action: Do Pass Amended, voting: (8-2-0-0-0-0)
  • CTEDs; nonprofits; private postsecondary institutions. CTEDs; nonprofits; private postsecondary institutions. 4/2/2019: Senate majority caucus: Do pass
  • Tobacco products; distributor licenses. 3/26/2019: Senate APPROP Committee action: do pass amended/strike-everything, voting: (7-2-0-0)
  • Appropriation; town of Mammoth. 2/14/2019: House read second time
  • Misconduct involving weapons; school grounds. 4/11/2019: Senate third reading FAILED voting: (15-14-1-0)