Monday, March 16, 2020
The powers granted to the Gov by the Legislature expire in 30 days, April 13th, and must be reauthorized by April 15th, lest they will expire.
As always, thank you for allowing me to serve as your State Representative, which I consider to be an honor and privilege.
With kind regards,
Rep. Jones honored to meet Ambassador Judith Varnai Shorer, Consul General of Israel at the Georgia General Assembly on Thursday, March 28. "I am proud to have voted YES on House Resolution 466 today, commending Israel, and condemning anti-Semitism in all forms. I stand with Israel."Read more
Committees in the General Assembly kick into gear today and are getting up to speed for the 2019 session, with Glynn County’s legislative delegation asked to serve on a number of committees handling a sizable portion of this year’s legislation.
Read the full-story at The Brunswick News (Click Here)
State Rep. Jeff Jones, R-St. Simons Island, walks along the annual Veterans Day parade route on St. Simons in November.
October 18, 2019 - Mark Risse, Director of UGA Marine Extension (far-left) and Georgia Sea Grant and Thomas Bliss, Director of Shellfish Research Lab (far-right) conducted a tour of facilities and learning session for Rep. Jones and delegation members.Read more
Pictured: Patrick Zoucks, Shawn Jordan, Davis Poole and Buddy Deloach with Rep. Jeff Jones.
Rep. Jeff Jones, meets with members of the McIntosh County delegation this week, to hear their concerns and legislative priorities. "McIntosh County is truly a jewel for the whole State of Georgia and is full of beautiful scenery and historic treasures that are important to our entire state." - Jeff Jones
Learn more about McIntosh County, visit: http://www.mcintoshcountyga.com/
On February 21, 2018, Coach Hidalgo was honored by Georgia House Resolution 920, introduced by Representatives Jeff Jones of the 167th and Don Hogan of the 179th, commending Coach Rocky Hidalgo, the 2017 Georgia High School Class 6A Coach of the Year.
Pictured: Rep. Don Hogan, Glynn County Schools athletic director Steve Waters, Governor Nathan Deal, Glynn Academy HS head football coach Rocky Hidalgo and spouse Kelly Hidalgo with Rep. Jeff Jones.
Pictured: Laura Early of Satilla Riverkeepers, Woody Beck our SouthWings Pilot, Jen Hilburn of Altamaha Riverkeepers and Rep. Jeff Jones.
November 06, 2017 5:39 PM
As the late U.S. House Speaker Thomas P. “Tip” O’Neill, D-Mass., famously observed, “All politics is local.” That observation is frequently validated all over the country, including, at the moment, the state of Georgia.
Georgia might be a Red state, but at least one part of it (and almost certainly more) wants Washington to hang on to at least some Blue policy for at least a while longer. And with very good reason.
Late last month, three coastal Georgia members of the General Assembly — Reps. Jeff Jones and Don Hogan of St. Simons, and Sen. Jason Spencer of Woodbine — sent a letter to U.S. Sens. Johnny Isakson and David Perdue and Rep. Buddy Carter asking them to oppose an announced plan by Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt to weaken regulations governing coal ash discharge.