Attending The Bible Church of Christ Theological Institute Seminary and Charles H. Mason Theological School receiving a degree in Evangelism and Theology, Clyde Cook became an ordained pastor in the late 2010s. However, he has also been active in municipal government for the past 20 years after he moved to New Jersey in 2000. Alongside his wife, Cook has raised his eight children in Woodlynne, NJ for the past seven years. Classified as ‘special needs’ as a child with a mother fighting substance abuse, Cook takes great pride in mentoring children and adults with special needs and disabilities .
Cook believes in cutting taxes and spending. Specifically, he wants the New Jersey State Government to decrease property taxes and increase education spending that he believes has been “kicked down the road” .
Cook believes in protecting free and fair elections in New Jersey against “insidious forces working to undermine our traditions and institutions” .
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