|MLA for Lacombe-Ponoka|
|Preceded by||Ray Prins|
|Succeeded by||Ron Orr|
|Born||1980 (age 38–39)|
|Political party||Wildrose (2012-2014)|
Alberta Progressive Conservative Party (2014-present)
Fox's professional background is in insurance, finance, marketing, managing, and business relations. Before his election as an MLA, Fox was employed as the sales manager in the four western provinces for the largest Canadian owned insurance premium finance company, IFS Inc.
Fox has served as a director on the Lacombe Economic Development Board, and ran as a candidate in the 2007 Lacombe municipal election. He is also a past policy director and past president of the federal Wetaskiwin Conservative Association, and a former director of communications for MP Blaine Calkins in 2009 and 2011.
In the spring 2013 sitting of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, Fox pushed the government to amend the rules governing condominiums. He also supported the federal government and Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission changing the rules for cell phone companies regarding cell phone contracts in favour of consumers.
On December 17, 2014, he was one of nine Wildrose MLAs who crossed the floor to join the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party caucus. Fox lost the PC nomination vote to Peter Dewit in Lacombe-Ponoka.
|Alberta general election, 2012: Lacombe-Ponoka|
|Progressive Conservative||Steve Christie||5,362||36%|
|New Democratic||Doug Hart||1,478||10%|
|Alberta Party||Tony Jeglum||781||5%|
- "Rod Fox: Lacombe-Ponoka". Wildrose.ca. Retrieved July 6, 2015.
- "Fox secures Lacombe-Ponoka for Wildrose". Red Deer Advocate. Retrieved 2013-06-07.
- Alberta Election 2012: Riding-by-riding results Archived 2012-04-24 at the Wayback Machine
- "About Rod Fox". Archived from the original on 2013-06-20. Retrieved 2013-06-07.
- "Condo law changes help Albertans". Red Deer Advocate. Retrieved 2013-06-05.
- "CRTC can go even further on cellphone changes, minister says". Calgary Herald. Retrieved 2013-06-07.
- "9 Wildrose MLAs, including Danielle Smith, cross to Alberta Tories". CBC News, December 17, 2014.
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