The Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry announces it’s 2014 state legislative endorsements including John Cooke for Senate District 13. For a full list of endorsements click here.
Weld County Sheriff’s Office helps the Colorado Eagles raise more than $41,000 for 10-year-old Wesley Martin’s much needed brain surgery. “Thank you so much for your incredible support…especially the Colorado Eagles, and all the fans,” said Kevin and Tara Martin, Wesley’s parents.
Sheriff Cooke receives a standing ovation when Bureau Chief Steve Reams announces that the Western States Sheriffs’ Association honored him with the President’s award for service and protecting the office of Sheriff.
Sheriff Cooke explains that Colorado’s new gun control laws are impossible to enforce.
More than 800 people attend a rally and show of support for Sheriff Cooke and other Colorado Sheriffs suing the state over new restrictive gun measures.
Sheriff Cooke leads 55 of 62 elected Sheriffs as they file a federal lawsuit challenging recently passed Colorado gun control bills.
Sheriff Cooke explains the problems with Colorado’s new “feel good” background check legislation.
Colorado Sheriffs sue over new restrictions on firearms.
Sheriff Cooke’s refusal to enforce unconstitutional gun control laws is “within the letter of the law.”
John Cooke, Sheriff of Weld County, et al. versus John Hickenlooper, Governor of Colorado www.ColoradoGunCase.org
Sheriff Cooke realizes a decade long dream – the opening of a collaborative, mulit-agency regional crime lab in Weld County.
Sheriff Cooke speaks at the dedication of the Fallen Officers Memorial
Sheriff Cooke speaks at the groundbreaking for the Fallen Officers Memorial