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Megan Hess Biography and Interesting Facts

Megan Jones (née Hess, born 1988) is an American politician from Iowa. Jones is a Republican member of Iowa House of Representatives from District 2 since 2013.

Early life

In 1988, Jones was born as Megan Hess in Harlan, Iowa. In 2005, Jones graduated from Spencer High School.

Education

Jones earned a bachelor's degree in Law, Politics, and Society from Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. In 2011, Jones earned her JD degree from William Mitchell College of Law in Saint Paul, Minnesota.

Career

In 2005, while Jones was in high school, she was a page for Representative Clel Baudler. While Jones was attended college, she was a clerk for Clel Baudler.Jones is an attorney with Hemphill Law Office.On November 6, 2012, Jones won the election and became a Republican member of Iowa House of Representatives for District 2. Jones defeated Steve Bomgaars, a teacher from her high school, with 56.5% of the votes. On November 4, 2014, as an incumbent, Jones won the election and continued serving District 2. Jones defeated Terry Manwarren and write-in candidates with 86.9% of the votes. At age 26 in 2013, Jones was one of the three youngest legislators. As a mother with a baby, she was working as a legislator who also brought her baby to work.On November 8, 2016, as an incumbent, Jones won the election, and continued serving District 2. Jones ran an unopposed election.On November 6, 2018, as an incumbent, Jones won the election, and continued serving District 2. Jones defeated Ryan Odor with 66.0% of the votes.

Committee assignments

As of January 2016, Jones serves on the following committees in the Iowa House. Environmental Protection (chair) Judiciary Local Government Agriculture and Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee Administrative Rules Review CommitteeShe has endorsed Florida Senator Marco Rubio for President of the United States.

Electoral history

Personal life

In 2014, Jones married Will Jones, a farmer. They have two child, Anchor Jones and Alma Jones (born January 2018). Jones and her family live in Sioux Rapids, Iowa.

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