Jake believes that government intrudes into too many areas of our lives and that we must adhere to the constitution that protects our individual rights, like our right to bear arms…
A strong supporter of the Second Amendment, Jake is a member of the NRA, Winter Bass Club, Bassmasters and the National Wild Turkey Federation.
The Halleys are pro-life members of the Farmerville First Assembly Church where Jake serves as a Music Worship Leader.
Their son, Grant, attends D’Arbonne Woods and is a member of the Union Parish Cub Scouts Pack 54 where Jake is the Cub Master.
Jake’s parents are Brian and Susie Halley, both of Farmerville. Brian retired as a captain from Union Parish Sheriff’s Office after serving 30 years. He also served as Homeland Security Director. Susie, a retired nursing home activities coordinator and social worker, is now a volunteer at Trees of Righteousness, a local non profit.
Jake’s uncle, Bill Halley, played Major League Baseball for the Brooklyn Dodgers but decided there wasn’t enough money in sports during those years so he came home and started Halley Timber, currently run by Jake’s cousin, Kenneth Halley.
Jake’s is very knowledgeable about the forest industry because he’s local and his family has been in that business for decades.
Jake’s brother, Nick Halley, owns and operates Halley Construction and Halley Dirt Work, servicing clients throughout northeast Louisiana.
Halley has coached Tee Ball for several years. He has also coached and played Dixie Boys baseball. Jake, who turned 36 in December, was a pitcher and shortstop on the Union Allstar team that made it to the state finals the year he graduated from high school.