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Corey Mock

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Preceded by  Donald Dietrich
Political party  Democratic-NPL

Religion  Catholic
Name  Corey Mock
Corey Mock Corey Mock North Dakota State Representative
Born  February 17, 1985 (age 30) Minot, North Dakota (1985-02-17)
Residence  Grand Forks, North Dakota
Alma mater  University of North Dakota (B.A.)
Profession  Executive Director, Third Street Clinic

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Corey Ray Mock (born February 17, 1985) is a Democratic-NPL member of the North Dakota House of Representatives who has represented District 42 since 2008. District 42 is in northern Grand Forks and includes the University of North Dakota.

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Biography

Mock was born and raised in Minot, North Dakota, where he graduated from Minot High School in 2003. He attended the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, where he graduated with a degree in history with an emphasis in geography, and is pursuing postgraduate work in community and urban development. From 2001 to 2008, Mock was a Northstar Hobby Stock and IMCA Stock Car racer, and he won the Governor's Cup in 2003.

Career

Mock became known in the 2009 legislative session for his fight to create an independent redistricting commission. He worked with colleagues on both sides of the aisle to reduce transportation costs for state travel, freeze tuition increases for North Dakota college students, and implement tax cuts. Mock was also a leading voice in the fight to end discrimination in housing, employment and financial assistance based on sexual orientation and gender identity, and in changing the law to allow fire stations to be permitted safe havens for abandoned infants. In the legislature, he serves on the education and political subdivision committees of the legislative assembly.

In October 2015, a speech Mock gave criticizing a loophole in North Dakota's campaign finance laws that allows candidates to keep leftover campaign funds for their personal use was featured on Last Week Tonight with John Oliver.

In addition to his work as a state legislator, Mock serves as the Executive Director of the Third Street Clinic, a nonprofit free clinic that provides access to health care services for low-income residents of Grand Forks and Polk counties. He is a member of North Dakota Farmers Union, Rotary International, GF/EGF Chamber of Commerce, Young Professionals, Sons of Norway, and is a volunteer at the Circle of Friends Humane Society. Mock also serves on the Board of Directors of North Dakota Leadership Seminar, and has been a staff member of American Legion Boys State since 2003.

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