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Corey Mock's Biography

Office: State House (ND) - District 18, Democratic-NPL

Contact Information

State Capitol, 600 East Boulevard
Bismarck, ND 58505-0360

Post Office Box 12542
Grand Forks, ND 58208-2542

Full Name:

Corey R. Mock




Wife: Jeannie; 1 Child

Birth Date:


Birth Place:

Minot, ND

Home City:

Grand Forks, ND



BA, History/Geography, University of North Dakota, 2003-2008, Grade Point Average of 3.5

Representative, North Dakota State House of Representatives, District 18, 2016-present

Minority Leader, North Dakota State House of Representatives, 2016-2018

Representative, North Dakota State Assembly, District 42, 2008-2016

Assistant Minority Leader, North Dakota State House of Representatives, 2012-2016

Candidate, North Dakota Secretary of State, 2010

Delegate, Democratic State Convention, 2008

Former Member, Education Committee, North Dakota State House of Representatives

Former Member, Energy and Natural Resources Committee, North Dakota State House of Representatives

Former Member, Energy and Natural Resources Committee, North Dakota State House of Representatives

Founding Partner, Cadre Consulting Group, 2011-2013

Executive Director, Third Street Clinic, 2009-2013

Seller Support Associate, Amazon.com, 2008

Faculty Instructor, University of North Dakota, 2008

Volunteer, Circle of Friends Humane Society, present

Board Member, Minnesota/North Dakota Alzheimer's Association, present

Board Member, North Dakota Association of Non-profit Organizations, present

Member, North Dakota Farmers Union, present

Member, Rotary International, present

Member, Sons of Norway, present

Member, Board of Directors, Evolve Grand Forks

Member, Grand Forks/East Grand Forks Chamber of Commerce

Cabinet Member, Grand Forks Mayor’s Cabinet on Health and Human Services

Cabinet Member, Grand Forks Mayor’s Cabinet on Young People

Board Member, Kennedy Memorial Foundation

Member, North Dakota Region 4 DUI Task Force

Former Member, Political Subdivisions Committee, North Dakota State Assembly

Executive Director, Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals, 2014-2018

Board Member, Grand Forks Library, 2011-2017

Board Member, North Dakota Leadership Seminar, 2008

Youth Cabinet Member, Hoeven Gubernatorial Campaign, 2000


UND Greek of the Year - 2007.

Current Car:

1998 Chevrolet Cavalier

Father's Name:

Troy Huber

Father's Occupation:

President of Minot Lumber and Hardware in Minot, North Dakota.

Favorite Author:

Dan Brown, Anna Quindlen, Dr. Seuss, John Grisham, George Orwell, Ernest Hemingway, Charles Dickens, Malcolm Gladwell, Keith Ferrazzi, David Allen, Suzanne Collins

Favorite Movie:

Groundhog Day, V for Vendetta, Back to the Future, Love Actually, Christmas Story

Favorite Quote:

"I learned to love the journey, not the destination. I learned that this is not a dress rehearsal, and that today is the only guarantee you get. I learned to look at all the good in the world and to try to give some of it back, because I believe in it completely and utterly." - Anna Quindlen in A Short Guide to a Happy Life

Favorite TV Shows:

Walking Dead, House of Cards, Game of Thrones, Mythbusters, Genius, 30 Rock, Arrested Development

Hobbies or Special Talents:

Outdoor and nature enthusiast, worldwide traveling, 8 year stock car racing veteran.

Mother's Name:

Carlene Huber

Mother's Occupation:

Bookkeeper at Minot Lumber and Hardware in Minot, North Dakota.

Priority Issues:

Tuition relief for higher education
Proper state funding for K-12 education (including property tax relief through state funding)
Preserving human rights and privileges
Provide living wage and benefits to employees within North Dakota
Restoring credibility to Workforce Safety and Insurance
Encourage energy efficiency with North Dakota; invest in clean energy production

Reason for Seeking Public Office:

I believe in integrity, intensity and imagination when it comes to working within our society. North Dakota is designed to have a part-time legislature to ensure legislators remain active within their communities. It is my belief that our state should have a diverse representation of leaders in Bismarck that are willing to work within their districts and fight for progress within the state. District 42 contains the University of North Dakota, and is directly impacted by tuition increases and changes in higher education. As a graduate of this campus and employee of the institution, I believe that I can address the concerns of faculty and students and work to create a lasting solution with our tuition structure. I also have a diverse background with K-12 Education and environmental studies, as I have worked with both professionally.

The most important element to my candidacy is that I remain open-minded in all circumstances. I retain personal beliefs, but am willing to explore and learn about all issues before forming an opinion. North Dakota needs leaders that are not hindered by self-pride or arrogance, but instead strive to create a better living environment for everyone within the district, and ultimately, the state.