Recommendations Across The Aisle
Kentuckians come from all areas and many different backgrounds. I don’t just want to be the Governor of a group of citizens, but every Kentucky resident.
“David is the epitome of Army Values of Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. A true servant of the Commonwealth and his fellow citizens.”
KY Army National Guard Retired veteran Colonel, Mike Ferguson
“I first met David when the world shut down from Covid. His daughter and mine are best friends, but I assure you that’s not why I write this. I had to hunt down his number from our school group. I sent him a text, he was on deployment. He responded quickly and was happy that I reached out. We became instant friends after that. I learned that we were on different sides of the idle so to speak. This was actually a pleasant surprise. We have had some of the best bi-partisan convos. David listened to me and I listened to him. We even agreed on many things. I think if everyone would stop and listen, like we did, you would see that we can agree and compromise. I do believe he would be a governor for all kentuckians. “
“In my 25 years of work experience, I’ve rarely encountered anyone that is as dedicated, hard-working, and unique as Cooper.He’s definitely an asset to whomever he’s working for.”
Christian and Dezmen Lee
“David Cooper is the embodiment of what a strong leader is to me. I identify myself as liberal leaning moderate and I am a registered KY Democrat. I am also gay. Why do you care? David officiated my wedding. He met with my wife and I on a few occasions before our wedding, and we spoke extensively on what marriage meant and his role in the entire process. He is a godly man, and he stood by his beliefs knowing there was a possibility he would receive backlash for his actions. I believe David Cooper would be a great governor for the Commonwealth of Kentucky.”
Christian and Dezmen Lee
“David Cooper has given over half of his life in service to the state of Kentucky and its citizens. He will continue that service if chosen to be our governor.”
KY Army NG veteran Specialist, Danny Hawkins
“Whether you are left, right, or center, Cooper shows true curiosity to fully understand and better serve all of us. Having known him since childhood, I can think of no one else with such an enormous heart and the integrity required to fight for the rights of all Kentuckians.”
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About David Cooper
G. K. Chesterton once said, “The true Soldier fights not because he hates what is in front of him, but because he loves what is behind him.”
My name is David Cooper; I am a Christian, a Kentucky Army National Guard service member, a husband and father, a son and brother, a friend, an ordained minister, a children’s book author, a blue-collar worker who works regularly days, nights, weekends, and holidays. I am the average Kentuckian who, as my mother would say, burns the candle on both ends and in the middle.
I am running for Governor because Kentucky needs genuine leadership in Frankfort. Frankfort in particular has lost its way due to career politicians whose only interest is to serve themselves instead of Kentuckians. We need the solid, core values the military instilled in me to bring to Kentucky leadership. It’s time to have a governor Kentucky can be proud of and other states envy.
I am currently serving and have been defending and serving Kentucky on the battlefield since I was 17. The Kentucky Army National Guard instilled in me seven leadership values that I have lived by for over 22 years. I have been leading troops consisting of Kentucky sons and daughters, husbands and wives, for at least 20 years, with these values. They are Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Personal Courage. As your governor, I will lead by example in everything I do and will never be the man to tell everyone where to go and what to do but rather follow me and lets get this done together.
Our state motto is “United We Stand, Divided We Fall”. I don’t think I need to tell you that Kentucky has fallen, and fallen hard. Empty promises and reckless spending is not what’s going to bring us together again. A strong, even tempered, BIPARTISAN steady leader who can work with Senate and House members on both sides of the aisle is what’s going to unite Kentucky together again, and I believe I am that leader who can make it happen.
As your governor, I will always remember and remind others that we work for you, not the other way around. Please help my team and me bring Kentucky back together again stronger than before. With hard work, dedication, and a refusal to quit attitude, we can do just that.
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