Former JP Cook ready to serve as HSC Election Coordinator

Carl Cook is currently enjoying the time serving the citizens of Hot Spring County as the new Election Coordinator.
Gerren Smith
Staff Writer

Ready to fulfill important duties and tasks of properly coordinating elections in Hot Spring County is Carl Cook, who recently was hired as the new Hot Spring County Election Coordinator.
Cook served as a Hot Spring County elected official (JP) Justice of the Peace District 5 for four and a half years on the Quorum Court from January 2015 to August 2019. The experience Cook has from serving as a JP for HSC provides helpful tools to perform this position effectively. He also has the necessary skills to properly handle the technology aspect for the election coordinator position as a retired Field Service Engineer.
For 30 years, Cook worked as a Field Service Engineer for the entire state of Arkansas. He installed computerized pet scanners, CT Tomography for numerous hospitals in Arkansas. Cook’s background to have the knowledge of excellent mechanical skills, computer software/hardware and problem-solving abilities from working as a Field Service Engineer relates to maintaining duties to handle responsibilities as an election coordinator. Cook has interpersonal skills to interact with others properly that helps him work well with people in this line of work.
Read full story in Wednesday's September 11, 2019 MDR newspaper edition.


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