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The safety, health and well-being of my district office staff and the community we serve are my top priorities. It is our honor and privilege to serve the residents of the 129th Legislative District. As the situation with COVID-19, better known as the coronavirus, continues to unfold, we are making decisions with the dual goals of serving residents without unnecessarily putting them at risk.

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State Rep. Jim Cox represents the 129th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Berks and Lancaster Counties.

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The 129th Legislative District consists of part of BERKS County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Heidelberg, Lower Heidelberg, North Heidelberg, South Heidelberg and Spring and the BOROUGHS of Adamstown (Berks County Portion), Robesonia, Sinking Spring and Wernersville and part of LANCASTER County consisting of the TOWNSHIP of East Cocalico and the BOROUGH of Adamstown (Lancaster County Portion).

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One out of ten Pennsylvania residents has unclaimed property waiting for them. Search the PA Treasury's unclaimed property database here.

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Press Releases

PA Lawmakers: Numbers Don’t Add Up, Certification of Presidential Results Premature and In Error

Dec. 28, 2020 /

HARRISBURG – A group of state lawmakers performing extensive analysis of election data today revealed troubling discrepancies between the numbers of total votes counted and total number of voters who voted in the 2020 General Election, and as a result are questioning how the results of the presidential election could possibly have been certified by Secretary of the Commonwealth Kathy Boockvar and Governor Tom Wolf. These findings are in addition to prior concerns regarding actions by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the Secretary, and others impacting the conduct of the election.

Cox Worries Labor and Industry Focus on COVID-19 Enforcement Could Harm Unemployed Workers and Their Families

Dec. 18, 2020 /

HARRISBURG – With thousands of unemployed Pennsylvanians still waiting for the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry to process their unemployment compensation claims, House Labor and Industry Committee Chairman Jim Cox (R-Berks/Lancaster) this week was dismayed to learn some department staff are focused on enforcing COVID-19 restrictions on employers rather than helping unemployed workers.

Cox Calls for Election Audit Before Results are Certified

Nov. 12, 2020 /

HARRISBURG – The results of the 2020 Pennsylvania general election should not be certified until the state Legislature is able to complete a fair and comprehensive audit to ensure the integrity of the outcome. That is the stance local state Rep. Jim Cox (R-Berks/Lancaster) took this week in the state Capitol, and a group of state representatives shares his perspective.

Cox Disappointed House Effort to Override Governor’s Veto of High School Sports and Activities Bill Falls Short

Sep. 23, 2020 /

HARRISBURG – After voting today in Harrisburg to override the governor’s recent veto of legislation that would empower local school districts to establish health and safety standards for sports and other extracurricular activities during the COVID-19 pandemic, but watching that effort fall short of the two-thirds majority needed to override a veto, state Rep. Jim Cox (R-Berks/Lancaster) issued the following statement:

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