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Representative Sam Jones
Democratic, District 50

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Wikipedia Bio

Sam Houston Jones (July 15, 1897 – February 8, 1978) was the 46th Governor of Louisiana from 1940 to 1944. He defeated the renowned Earl Kemp Long in the 1940 Democratic primary. Long turned the tables on Jones and defeated him in the 1948 party primary.

Sam Jones was born in Merryville in Beauregard Parish and was reared in nearby DeRidder. He served in the United States Army during W...
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Office Addresses

  • District

    Saint Mary Parish Courthouse, Room 304
    Franklin, LA 70538
    Phone337-828-4100 ext. 370
  • Capitol

    900 North Third Street Post Office Box 94062
    Baton Rouge, LA 70804


House, session 2010 House, session 2012-2015

News & Blog Coverage

  • Who wants to win gold bullion or a Silverado Aug. 10? (
    Aug 7, 2012
    See any of the following: Howard Brister, Mike Jerome at Magnolia Ridge Country Club, Denise May at Liberty County Teachers Federal Credit Union, Rachel Odell at Edward Jones, Tami Pierce ... Donated by District 18 State Rep. John Otto.
    Your Houston News
  • Maxi-mom glamour: Up All Night star Christina Applegate keeps cool in floor-length dress (
    Aug 3, 2012
    which is at the sultry of LA's super-hot San Fernando Valley. The star is to get a brother in her show, which focuses on a first time mother trying to juggle a career (aptly enough). Actor Luka Jones is joining the comedy as a series regular this fall.
    Daily Mail

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