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Forestry Association endorses Brad Cox in House District 16

Cox currently works for Alabama One Credit Union while also serving on the Fayette County Commission.

Commissioner Brad Cox, right, and his family. Contributed
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The Alabama Forestry Association (AFA) announced its endorsement of Brad Cox for Alabama House District 16 which covers all of Fayette County and a portion of  Tuscaloosa and Jefferson Counties. 

Cox currently works for Alabama One Credit Union as a Business Development Officer while also serving as the District One County Commissioner for the Fayette County Commission. He is  a graduate of Auburn University with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in agricultural education. 

Previously, Cox served as an agriculture teacher and FFA Advisor for the Fayette County High  School where he earned many awards.  

“Brad will be a hard worker representing House District 16,” said Chris Isaacson, President and  CEO of AFA. “He has well-rounded experience from working as a County Commissioner,  teaching agriculture and handling business development. These experiences will serve him well  as he represents the people of District 16 in Montgomery.” 

Cox is married to Anna Guffey Cox and they have one son, Asher. They are currently pursuing  their second adoption. Cox also serves as the Pastor at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Fayette. 

“I am extremely humbled to receive the endorsement of the Alabama Forestry Association,” said  Cox. “The forestry industry is vital to the economy in House District 16 and I look forward to  working side by side with them to make sure their industry is well-represented in Montgomery.” 

Cox is seeking election to House District 16 in the Special Primary Runoff Election on October  24, 2023.

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