Representative Cox Brings New Leadership, Traditional Values to 129th Legislative District
1/2/2007

Sinking Spring district office to open next week

Promising to serve the citizens of Western Berks County, Jim Cox (R-129) was sworn in today as the newest state representative for the 129th District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.                       

“Effective representation demands that I address the needs of our district," said Cox." “My eight years serving on the legislative staff of Representative Sam Rohrer (R-128) have provided me with the necessary tools to accomplish this.  I am honored to be your voice in Harrisburg.”  

Representative Cox’s district office, located at 2909 Windmill Rd, Suite 7, Sinking Spring, 19608, officially opens its doors next Monday. The district office phone number is 610-670-0139 and the fax number is 610-927-3584.  

“My staff and I share one common goal: to assist the residents of the 129th legislative district,” said Cox. “We are here for you, not the other way around. Do not hesitate to contact me if I can help you with any state-related issue. ”  

Cox and his staff are available to help obtain driver license and vehicle registration applications, locate birth and death certificates, assist senior citizens with prescription benefits forms, help students in finding the applications they need for PHEAA grants and loans, and be of assistance to all district residents in obtaining information on state government and legislation. 

Realizing that the tasks ahead will present many challenges, Cox is vehemently determined to be a proactive leader, drawing from his core family values in fighting for his constituents. Among his many goals as a newly-elected state representative are to:

  • Eliminate the School Property Tax.
  • Defend Second Amendment rights.
  • Lesser the burden for those who have lost a loved one by eliminating the Inheritance Tax.
  • Promote a healthy business climate by reducing the Corporate Net Income Tax.
  • Protect the sanctity of human life.
  • Fight for the rights of families. 

“We must work to provide the best-possible quality of life for our families,” said Cox.  I look forward to serving the 129th district in the coming session.” 

Cox resides in Spring Township with his wife Kelly and four children Dylan, Stephanie, Justin and Andrew.   The 129th district includes most of the communities in Western Berks County. 

Rep. Jim Cox
129th District
Pennsylvania House of Representatives

(610) 670-0139
(717) 772-2435
Contact:  Joe Pistorio
jpistori@pahousegop.com
(717) 787-2932
Caucus Site:  www.PAHouseGOP.com