TJ Cox is an engineer and small-business owner whose passion is community development. He is a native Californian and the son of immigrants who taught him the importance of hard work, personal integrity, and fighting for what’s right. After working his way through college, TJ spent a decade in engineering and construction across the globe. Volunteering for Habitat for Humanity in Fresno led him to create the Central Valley Fund, which raises money for projects located in economically disadvantaged neighborhoods throughout the Central Valley.
As the founder of two innovative and successful nut processing businesses, TJ Cox knows firsthand that agriculture drives our Central Valley economy. In Congress, TJ will continue to create high-paying jobs in health care, agriculture, and other industries. He will work to foster new agricultural businesses, create innovative farming techniques, fight for fair trade deals, and invest in job training. A father of four, TJ will always fight to get real results for our community—results that give hard-working families the opportunity to succeed.
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