David Cogdill   REPUBLICAN

 
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Dec 7, 2009 According to FlashReport.org, Cogdill will run in 2010 for Stanislaus County Assessor. http://totalcapitol.com/?news_id=2690608

November, 2009: Cogdill said he would not run for re-election to SD 14 in 2010.

Feb. 18, 2009: State Senate Republicans voted to remove Cogdill as their leader amid prolonged budget negotiations. The caucus elected Sen. Dennis Hollingsworth (R-SD36) as successor.

Feb. 20, 2008: State Senate Republicans elected Cogdill as their next leader, succeeding Sen. Dick Ackerman (R-SD33) who is termed-out.

November 2000 Cogdill was elected to the State Assembly.


Cogdill began his career as a real estate appraiser in 1971, working as a clerk typist in the Mono County California Assessor's office. Dave left the county office in 1979, after serving two years as Chief Appraiser, to accept a position in the private sector. In 1981, he and his partner opened their own firm, Cogdill & Giomi.

Cogdill was first elected to public office in 1975 as a member of the Board of Directors of the Bridgeport Fire Protection District in Mono County.

In 1991, Cogdill was elected to the Modesto City Council, earning nearly 60% of the vote in defeating an incumbent. After a successful term, Dave chose not to seek re-election and instead focus on bringing his son into the family business. However, after the unexpected passing of a council member, Cogdill was re-appointed to the council in July of 1996 to serve out the remaining 17-month term.

Cogdill was born December 31, 1950 in Long Beach, Calif. He and his wife, Stephanie, have two children, David, Jr. and Meghan. They are the proud grandparents of Connor and Kathleen.

Last edited by Scott Flodin on Dec. 7, 2009

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