Pictured: Rep. Jeff Jones, Sen. Ted Cruz and Lisa Jones 12/19/2015.
Presidential candidate and U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) spoke to a crowd of over 2000 enthusiastic supporters at Ottawa Farms just outside Savannah, Georgia today.
Senator Cruz laid out his vision for America as a return to the values that have made America great. In his first days in office, Cruz promised a repeal of all the illegal, unconstitutional executive order's President Obama has made, to stop Common Core, and to reign in the out of control EPA and other federal agencies that are infringing on our rights as American citizens.
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Representative Jeff Jones
As the Christmas holiday approaches Lisa, and I wish you and your family all the blessings of the season. It has been a busy and productive year, and we are looking forward to spending some quality family time together with our son Brant, who is home from school.
As I prepare for the 2016 legislative session, I am heartened to know that I have your SUPPORT both financially and legislatively. I always welcome your comments on issues that matter to you and our communities. So please feel free to contact me by email, or by attending one of our in-district town hall meetings.
My legislative focus is on smaller, unobtrusive government achieved by promoting such things as economic development, balancing protection of our coastal and state ecosystems while recognizing private property rights, and reducing burdensome, unnecessary taxes and regulations that hurt job creation and threaten our prosperity.
The following are just a few ways that you can take action to show your SUPPORT today:
- Make a generous, secure CONTRIBUTION ONLINE or by check today, no amount is too small (Click to Donate)
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- Join our newsletter email updates (Click to Join)
My commitment to you as your State Representative has never been stronger. And, knowing I have your support; I have decided to seek a second term in 2016 as your representative to the State House. So your SUPPORT today is all that much more important!
Thank you for your prayers and your support,
P.S… ICYMI you may now download and or view a copy of the fall 2015 Legislative Newsletter (Click here to Download or View).
H.R. 3457: Justice for Victims of Iranian Terrorism Act
To prohibit the lifting of sanctions on Iran until the Government of Iran pays the judgments against it for acts of terrorism, and for other purposes.
9/9/2015--Introduced.Justice for Victims of Iranian Terrorism ActThis bill prohibits the President from waiving, suspending, reducing, providing relief from, or otherwise limiting the application of sanctions against Iran under any provision ... Read more >
Fourteen years ago today, September 11, 2001, It seems like yesterday. #neverforget
"It was my honor to attend this event today along with Senator William Ligon, and Steve Swan, executive director of the JWSC." ~Rep. Jeff Jones
“We are excited about our new home and hope that our customers will be too. This building is made with them in mind,” said Steve Swan, executive director of the JWSC.
Learn more about the new JWSC facilities here: http://www.thebrunswicknews.com/news/local_news/jwsc-new-building-tour/article_9142ec64-6e23-5a91-bb43-0498f8514ca1.html
Pictured: Charles H "Chet" Tisdale, Ret. Partner at King & Spaulding Law, Rep. Jeff Jones, Richard E. Glaze, Jr, Partner at Balch & Bingham Law.Read more
By Congressman Buddy Carter
In case you missed it, the Obama Administration announced an agreement on the Iranian nuclear deal this week and I asked you to let me know your opinion.
An overwhelming 88.4% of respondents said they do not support the deal.Read more
Susette Kelo was minding her own business when the city of New London, Conn., set its sights on her home. The city wanted to take the property and demolish the home, along with her neighbors’ homes, to make way for private economic development.
Kelo decided to fight back. The Institute for Justice led her fight, joined by think tanks around the country, including the Georgia Public Policy Foundation.
Remember the shocked property owners around the nation when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled on June 10, 2005, that the city could take Kelo’s home and land against her will?Read more