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Timothy Jones
Timothy Jones.jpg
Missouri House of Representatives, District 110
In office
2007 - present
Term ends
January 5, 2015
Years in position 8
Speaker of the House
2013 - present
Base salary$35,915/year
Per diem$103.20/day
Elections and appointments
Last electionNovember 6, 2012
First elected2006
Term limits4 terms (8 years)
Bachelor'sFordham University
J.D.Saint John's University School of Law, 1996
Date of birthMay 5, 1971
Place of birthEdina, Minnesota
ReligionRoman Catholic
Office website
Timothy W. Jones (b. May 25, 1971) is the Republican Speaker of the Missouri House of Representatives, representing District 110. He was first elected to the chamber in 2006. He previously served as Majority Floor Leader.


Jones earned his B.A. in English/Russian Studies from Fordham University, and J.D. from the St. John's University School of Law. His professional experience includes working as an attorney at Doster Guin, and Doster Mickes James Ullom Benson & Guest; and as an Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for Nassau County, New York.

Committee assignments


At the beginning of the 2013 legislative session, Jones served on the following committees:

Missouri Committee Assignments, 2013
Joint Committee on Legislative Research


In the 2011-2012 legislative session, Jones served on the following committees:


In the 2009-2010 legislative session, Jones served on the following committees:



During a statewide bus tour in late 2012, Jones indicated that he wanted the Missouri House of Representatives to pass two bills, one a modification to the state's prevailing wage law and the other a ban of the use of a member's union dues for political purposes with that member's permission, before taking up the proposed right-to-work legislation. However, in 2013, he came out in support of considering the right-to-work legislation even without the passage of the other two bills, identifying right-to-work as a priority for the House. On February 11, 2013, Senator Majority Leader Ronald Richard indicated that he did not want the Missouri State Senate to take up right-to-work until the passage of the other two bills and suggested right-to-work would have a difficult time in his chamber.[1]

2011 redistricting

Republican members of the Missouri congressional delegation assembled in April 2011 to throw their weight behind changes to the two existing congressional redistricting maps.

The chairmen of the state legislature’s redistricting committees, Rep. John Diehl, Sen. Scott Rupp, House Speaker Steven Tilley, House Majority Floor Leader Rep. Jones, Senate President Pro Tem Robert Mayer, and Majority Floor Leader Sen. Tom Dempsey. Senators Jason Crowell and Brad Lager were seen entering party headquarters, but did not stay long.

Congress members Jo Ann Emerson, Blaine Luetkemeyer, Todd Akin, Vicky Hartzler and Sam Graves were said to have joined the conversation in person or via phone link.

The redistricting stalemate between the Missouri House and Senate has spurred debate and Crowell's warning of a filibuster against any attempt to pass the House version of the redistricting map.

The controversy concentrated on the way the two maps divided St. Charles and Jefferson Counties. The House map split St. Charles County in two and Jefferson County three ways. The Senate map featured a compact St. Charles County, and only two divisions in Jefferson County.[2]

No New Taxes Pledge

A minority of Missouri lawmakers signed the 2011 edition of the "No New Taxes Pledge." The Taxpayer Protection Pledge is offered by the non-profit lobbying organization Americans for Tax Reform with the goal of opposing all tax increases as a matter of principle. Just one out of 34 state Senate members signed the 2011 pledge. Out of 163 state House members, only 38 lawmakers signed.

Jones signed the pledge.[3]



In April 2013, Jones said he is interested in a possible run for secretary of state, attorney general, or state auditor in 2016.[4]


See also: Missouri House of Representatives elections, 2012

Jones won re-election in the 2012 election for Missouri House of Representatives, District 110. Jones ran unopposed in the August 7 Republican primary and ran unopposed in the general election, which took place on November 6, 2012.[5][6]


On November 2, 2010, Jones won election to the Missouri House of Representatives.


On November 4, 2008, Jones ran for District 89 of the Missouri House of Representatives, beating George Weber.[7]

Jones raised $118,887 for his campaign.[8]

Missouri House of Representatives, District 89
Candidates Votes Percent
Timothy Jones (R) 14,247 72.6%
George Weber (D) 5,370 27.4%

Campaign donors

Comprehensive donor information for Jones is available dating back to 2006. Based on available campaign finance records, Jones raised a total of $1,938,857 during that time period. This information was last updated on September 20, 2013.[9]

Timothy Jones's Campaign Contribution History
Year Office Result Contributions
2012 Missouri House of Representatives, District 110 Won $1,235,156
2010 Missouri House of Representatives, District 89 Won $546,277
2008 Missouri House of Representatives, District 89 Won $118,887
2006 Missouri House of Representatives, District 89 Won $38,537
Grand Total Raised $1,938,857


Jones won re-election to the Missouri House of Representatives in 2012. During that election cycle, Jones raised a total of $1,235,156.
Missouri House of Representatives 2012 election - Campaign Contributions
Top contributors to Timothy Jones's campaign in 2012
Sinquefield, Rex A.$130,000
Rightchoice Managed Care$26,000
Missouri Club for Growth$25,000
Humphreys, David Craig$25,000
Total Raised in 2012$1,235,156
Source: Follow the Money


In 2010, a year in which Jones was up for re-election, he collected $546,277 in donations.[10]

His four largest contributors in 2010 were:

Donor Amount
Sinquefield, Rex A $65,000
Ron Richard 2010 $20,001
Missouri Health & Hospital Association $12,000
Missouri Healthcare Association $11,864


Listed below are the five largest contributors to Timothy Jones' 2008 campaign.

Donor Amount
Missouri Bankers Association $2,600
Voters for Good Government $2,500
106th Republican Legislative District CMTE $2,250
ALTRIA $1,825
Natoli Engineering Co $1,700


Jones is married and has one child. He has been a member of the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, Board Member/Pro Bono Legal Counsel for the Eureka Historical Society of the Meramec Township Republican Club, and Sergeant at Arms at Most Sacred Heart Church Men's Club. [11]

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Preceded by
Missouri House of Representatives District 110
Succeeded by
Preceded by
Missouri House of Representatives District 89
Succeeded by
John J. Diehl, Jr. (R)