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Jul 20 2022
Trump-Backed Dan Cox Wins Maryland GOP Gubernatorial Nomination
State Del. Dan Cox, who had the endorsement of former President Donald Trump, has won the GOP nomination for governor of Maryland.
The Associated Press called the race on Tuesday night. Cox will face the winner of the Democratic primary in November and will be a substantial underdog.
Author and executive Wes Moore was leading the Democratic primary on Tuesday night, pulling 37%HuffPost
Jul 20 2022
Trump-Backed Republican Dan Cox Wins Maryland Gubernatorial Primary
Dan Cox, a conservative state legislator endorsed by former President Donald Trump, won the Republican gubernatorial nomination in Maryland on Tuesday over former state Commerce Secretary Kelly Schulz, the Associated Press projected.
The primary election outcome sets up what political analysts predict will be an uphill battle for Mr. Cox in the November general election, given thatWall Street Journal (News)
Jul 20 2022
CNN projects Trump-backed Dan Cox will win GOP gubernatorial primary in Maryland
Maryland Republicans chose state lawmaker Dan Cox, an election denier who has taken a series of hard-line conservative positions, as their nominee for what will be one of the most difficult governor's offices for the party to hold in November's midterms, CNN projected.
Elections officials on Tuesday night had begun what could be a weeks-long process of counting ballots. County officialsCNN (Online News)
May 15 2023
Gov. Cox appoints first Great Salt Lake commissioner
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — Gov. Spencer Cox has appointed the former director of the Utah Department of Natural Resources as the first Great Salt Lake commissioner. Pending approval by the Utah Senate, Brian Steed is set to become the Great Salt Lake commissioner while also retaining his duties as the executive director of the Janet Quinney Lawson Institute for Land, Water and Air at Utah StateABC4 Utah
May 19 2023
Utah Gov. Spencer Cox apologizes after calling Congress 'imbeciles'
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Gov. Spencer Cox apologized a day after he called members of Congress "imbeciles" who "can't get their crap together" to pass immigration reform. "Just want to apologize for using a derogatory term yesterday to describe members of Congress over the past 40 years for failing to fix the border and immigration crisis. As someone who tries to hold myself to a higher standardKSL
May 05 2023
Gov. Cox names new Utah Department of Corrections director
SALT LAKE CITY (ABC4) — Gov. Spencer Cox has appointed Brian Redd as the new executive director of the Utah Department of Corrections. This decision comes a few days after Brian Nielson, the current executive director, announced that he will be retiring on May 15 just one day after a lawsuit was filed against him and the department. Families of victims claim that various state correctionalABC4 Utah
Apr 28 2023
Eagles stocking up on Dan Lanning’s former Georgia players
Before coming to Eugene, Oregon Ducks coach Dan Lanning oversaw a powerhouse, national championship-winning defense for the Georgia Bulldogs. And now four of Lanning’s defenders from the 2021 season have landed with the Philadelphia Eagles in the NFL. The Eagles selected Georgia defensive tackle Jalen Carter with the ninth pick in the 2023 NFL draft on Thursday night, then added Bulldogs edgeThe Oregonian
Apr 18 2023
Cox declares state of emergency over snowmelt flooding, landslides in Utah
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah Gov. Spencer Cox declared a state of emergency over flooding and other natural disasters tied to the spring runoff, such as avalanches and landslides. The governor issued the declaration Tuesday afternoon as Utah's record snowpack continues to slowly melt, noting the measure is meant to help the state "tap into reserve funds" as it deals with flood response and mitigationKSL
May 05 2023
Gov. Cox appoints fourth corrections director in five years following last leader’s sudden retirement
Utah Gov. Spencer Cox announced a new candidate to take the helm of the troubled Department of Corrections on Friday, just three days after the department announced the sudden retirement of outgoing Executive Director Brian Nielson. The appointment of a former state trooper and chief special agent for the Department of Public Safety, Brian Redd, will go to the Utah Senate for approval. ReddThe Salt Lake Tribune
Apr 13 2023
Dan Snyder reaches agreement to sell Commanders to Josh Harris: Reports
The day that fans of the Washington Commanders have been waiting for has come. Owner Dan Snyder has reportedly reached an agreement to sell the Commanders to billionaire Josh Harris for $6 billion. Sportico reported Thursday that an agreement is in place and that there’s hope that a contract will be hammered out in the coming days. The NFL Network reported that the two groups are nearing aWashington Times