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Copes Hosting Anti-High Speed Rail Session in Corsicana

CORSICANA, January 12, 2018 – Ken Cope, Republican candidate for U.S. Representative in the Sixth District, will host the second of his series of town hall meetings focusing on opposition to the Texas High Speed Rail Bullet Train project in Corsicana Wednesday, January 17. Cope will lead the meeting starting at 7 p.m. that day…

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Sixth District Candidate Ken Cope Backs Trump on Pakistan Aid Reduction

ARLINGTON, January 8, 2018 – Ken Cope, Republican candidate for U.S. Representative in the Sixth District, said today he fully supports President Trump’s suspension of aid funds to Pakistan, and that if elected, he would support similar action directed at other “pseudo allies.” “Pakistan has for too long talked out of both sides of its…

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Sixth District Candidate Ken Cope Hosting Anti High-Speed Rail Town Hall in Ennis

ENNIS, January 2, 2018 – Ken Cope, Republican candidate for U.S. Representative in the Sixth District, will host the first of his series of promised town hall meetings focusing on opposition to the Texas High-Speed Rail Bullet Train project in Ennis on Tuesday, January 9. Cope will lead the meeting from 4 to 6 p.m….

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Sixth District Candidate Ken Cope Vows to Fight High-Speed Rail Project

ARLINGTON, December 22, 2017 – Ken Cope, Republican candidate for U.S. Representative in the Sixth District, today came out swinging against the Texas High-Speed Rail Bullet Train project. He vowed to fight it in Washington if elected and promised to host a series of local meetings to galvanize opposition. He called it a “$20 billion…

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Ken Cope Seeking Sixth District Congressional Seat

ARLINGTON, December 11, 2017 – Ken Cope, conservative Republican Party activist and 2014 U.S. Senate candidate, officially announced today that he is running for the Sixth Congressional District seat long held by Joe Barton. Cope, a resident of Arlington, has filed the necessary papers to run in the Republican primary for the position. He said…

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