LABI’s NORTHPAC Endorses Cox

Baton Rouge, La. –NORTHPAC, political action committee of the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry (LABI), announced today that it has endorsed Judge Jeff Cox for the Louisiana Second Circuit Court of Appeal, Division C seat. Division C stretches across the parishes of Bossier, Webster, Bienville, Caldwell, Claiborne, Jackson, Lincoln, Union, and Winn.

“Residents of Appeals Court Division C deserve to have a quality judge to represent them on the appeals court. Judge Jeff Cox will make a great judge, and he will serve his district well in the upcoming years, “said Terry Baugh, chairman of NORTHPAC. “We believe his fair and sensible rulings at the district court level will continue if elected to the appeals court in November. “

Cox has served on the district court bench since 2004. Prior to his judgeship, he specialized as a practicing attorney in wills, successions, estate planning, and elderly-care matters. He also served as an assistant district attorney for the 26th Judicial District. Cox brings a business background to the bench through his work in his family’s funeral home and property management businesses. Cox is married to Susan Elaine Cox, and the couple has two children, Gabby and Stephen Cox. They are members of the First Baptist Church of Bossier City.

“I appreciate the support and endorsement of NORTHPAC and their recognition of the fairness I strive to bring to every case that comes before my court. I will always strictly interpret the law, protect the Constitution and be a judge the people who elect me can count on me to always represent them, “said Judge Jeff Cox.
“Our court system needs judges who follow the constitution and leave law making to the legislature. We believe Judge Cox will do just that serving on the appeals court,” added Brian Landry, executive director of NORTHPAC.

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NORTHPAC is a non-partisan political action committee working to recruit and support candidates who support the free enterprise market with as little government interference as possible.