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Congressman

Local Address: Oklahoma, United States
 
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Member
    Chickasaw Nation
  • Representative
    U.S.

Education

  • Ph.D.
    University of Oklahoma
  • B.A.
    Grinnell College
  • M.A.
    Yale University
  • masters degree
    Yale
  • doctorate
    University of Oklahoma
  • PhD , British history
    University of Oklahoma
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Additionally, Nagel serves as campaign treasurer for Congressman Tom Cole (R-OK).
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His past experience includes interning in Washington, D.C. for Congressman Tom Cole and working in several legislative and statewide campaigns.
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Tom Cole, R-Okla., which was obtained by the New York Times and other media.
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Cole, a member of the Chickasaw Nation, is co-chairman of the Congressional Native American Causcus.
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Cantwell and Cole wrote in their letter that the NFL is on the wrong side of history.
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Congressman Tom Cole (R-OK) spoke to 200 community and business leaders in Honolulu today, as a special guest of Gov.
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Congressman Cole, the only Native American in the U.S. House (enrolled member of the Chickasaw Nation), has earned high praise for his support for and co-sponsorship of legislation for federal recognition of native Hawaiians.
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U.S. Congressman Tom Cole (R-OK) spoke to 200 community and business leaders in Honolulu today, as a special guest of Gov.
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Congressman Cole is also recognized nationally as a small business leader. As an ardent supporter of Gov. Lingle's candidacy for U.S. Senate, he stressed to attendees how her long record of bipartisanship would be an asset to ending the partisan gridlock in Washington, D.C.
Speaking of Governor Lingle's 30 years of public service, Congressman Cole stated, "You look at her and see the qualities of leadership and integrity, of putting the average person first.
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Congressman Cole has been in Hawaii since Sunday, visiting with small business and community leaders statewide.
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Congressman Tom Cole (R-OK) spoke to nearly 100 community and business leaders in Wailuku today, as a special guest of Gov.
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Congressman Cole, the only Native American in the U.S. House (enrolled member of the Chickasaw nation), has earned high praise for his support of and co-sponsorship of legislation for federal recognition of native Hawaiians.
Speaking of his experience working with Governor Lingle on passing a House version of the Akaka Bill, he highlighted her commitment to advocate on behalf of native Hawaiians at the federal level. "I know what she will do for native Hawaiians, and my own tribe is supportive of her because she understands indigenous peoples," said Congressman Cole.
Congressman Cole is also recognized nationally as a small business leader. As an ardent supporter of Gov.
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Congressman Cole has been in Hawaii since Sunday, spoke at a luncheon in Kona yesterday, and is returning to Honolulu for special luncheon tomorrow at the Ala Moana Hotel at 12:00 noon.
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Congressman Tom Cole (R-OK) spoke to 60 community and business leaders in Kona today, as a special guest of Governor Linda Lingle, candidate for Hawaii's open U.S. Senate seat.
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Congressman Tom Cole spoke to an enthusiastic crowd during a special luncheon in honor of Linda Lingle for U.S. Senate on Monday, May 21, 2012.
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Congressman Cole is also recognized nationally as a small business leader. As a strong supporter of Gov. Lingle's candidacy for U.S. Senate, he stressed to attendees how her long record of bipartisanship would be an asset to ending the partisan gridlock in Washington, D.C.
Gov. Lingle was honored to have the support of Congressman Cole, and shared his belief in working across party aisles, something she has done with success throughout her entire career in public service to the people of Hawaii. Unafraid to speak out against her own party if an issue cuts against the best interests of the people of Hawaii, she brought up how having bipartisan representation at the Senate level is ultimately in Hawaii's best interests.
Congressman Cole has been in Hawaii since Sunday, and will travel to Maui for a luncheon tomorrow, and return to Oahu on Wednesday for the final public event of his visit (Event info: http://www.lingle2012.com/events/may-23-luncheon-honoring-linda-lingle-for-u-s-senate-with-special-guest-congressman-tom-cole/).
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Congressman Tom Cole, a fierce advocate for indigenous peoples and co-sponsor of legislation for the federal recognition of native Hawaiians, spoke this morning on two Honolulu morning news shows.
As a guest on the Sunrise Show of Hawaii News Now, Congressman Cole highlighted the economic growth potentials that come with native Hawaiian federal recognition. The Congressman said, "Native Hawaiian recognition would be an enormous economic boost here in Hawaii. If you give indigenous peoples the economic advantages that tribal membership brings, you would be surprised what an advantage it brings to the overall economy."
Addressing the current status of legislation to secure native Hawaiian self-governance, known as the Akaka Bill, Congressman Cole shared, "The legislation has received great support in the House, but we haven't been able to get the bipartisan support that we need in the Senate, making the Hawaii U.S. Senate race is one of the most important races in the country."
Also, on the Mike Buck Show on KHNR AM 690 Radio, Congressman Cole shared, "I know what Linda Lingle will do for native Hawaiians.
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She is a bridge builder; she knows how to bring people together," added Congressman Cole.
Congressman Tom Cole is visiting Hawaii as an honored guest of former Governor Linda Lingle, candidate for Hawaii's open U.S. Senate seat.
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Congressman Cole of Oklahoma, is the only Native American in the U.S. House (enrolled member of the Chickasaw nation), and a nationally recognized small business leader.
Over the next three days, Congressman Cole will be speaking at a series of luncheons with Governor Linda Lingle.
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U.S. Congressman Tom Cole, from Oklahoma, an ardent supporter of American small business and the only Native American member of the U.S. House of Representatives, gave a terrific speech today in front of a lively crowd gathered to support Linda Lingle for U.S. Senate.
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Congressman Cole and Governor Lingle both talked about issues critical for Hawaii today. Prior to that, Congressman Cole visited with Hawaii news media. Click here for a summary of his appearances: http://www.lingle2012.coms-releases/congressman-tom-cole-speaks-out-on-hawaii-tv-morning-news-and-on-radio/
Not only has Congressman Cole co-sponsored legislation to support native Hawaiians (the "Akaka Bill"), but he is a dynamic, exciting, powerful speaker who will share his enthusiasm for Gov. Lingle's candidacy for U.S. Senate
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Tomorrow, we head to Maui, where Congressman Cole will be special guest at our second luncheon to honor Linda Lingle for U.S. Senate.
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And on Wednesday, we're back on Oahu for the final luncheon with Congressman Cole.
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"In a recent media statement, the Democrat Party of Hawaii blasted Congressman Tom Cole of Oklahoma for visiting Hawaii to work with Governor Linda Lingle in her campaign for U.S. Senate.
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"Congressman Cole has been an outspoken proponent of the goals shared by the people of Hawaii, including growing our economy, supporting private sector job growth and aggressively working for federal support of native Hawaiian self-determination. As the only Native American (enrolled member of the Chickasaw Nation) in the House of Representatives, Rep. Cole cares deeply about the unique needs of the native Hawaiian people and he has advocated tirelessly for the passage of legislation that would benefit our native Hawaiian community.
"Despite this well-known fact, the state Democrat Party leadership released statements attacking Congressman Cole; statements which are surely an embarrassment to their own Democrat elected officials who have worked with and know the Congressman as a friend to Hawaii.
"Then-Congressman Neil Abercrombie was quoted thanking Congressman Cole for his 'ringing endorsement' of the Akaka Bill.
"Even Congresswoman Mazie Hirono once described Congressman Cole as a 'long standing friend of Hawaii and native Hawaiians.'
"Other leaders have recognized Congressman Cole on his efforts for Native Hawaiian recognition, including Haunani Apoliona, former OHA Chair, who stated, 'I want to thank Oklahoma Congressman Tom Cole ... (his work) was significant and very much appreciated.'
"And, the media have taken note of Congressman Cole's work, including TIME Magazine who called him 'one of the sharpest minds in the House.'
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Congressman Tom Cole, a leader on American small business issues and someone who has had a positive impact on Native American and native Hawaiian issues. Congressman Cole will arrive in Hawaii tomorrow for three special events we're holding next week on the Big Island, Maui and Oahu, starting Monday.
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