The Mississippi Association of REALTORS has announced its endorsement of Joel Bomgar for the Republican primary in Mississippi House of Representatives District 58.
Derek Easley, Governmental Affairs Director for MARPAC, said, “As Mississippi’s largest business trade association with over 5,500 members statewide, we are proud to endorse Joel and his efforts to be the next representative for District 58.” MARPAC’s mission is to support state and local public policies that advance the real estate industry and protect private property rights.
“I am honored to have the support of the Mississippi REALTORS.” said Bomgar. “I look forward to working with like-minded business leaders who want to see Mississippi thrive economically. We are proud to call Madison County home– we have earned the reputation of being one of the best places to live and raise a family. The success story we have built here in Madison County proves anything is possible in Mississippi. I would like to see us build on that success in our county and our state.”
Bomgar touts a record of business experience. As Founder, CEO and now Chairman, he grew Bomgar Corporation to become one of Mississippi’s largest technology companies. He has created more than 100 jobs in Madison County and successfully built and led his company to serve 9,000 customers in 60 countries from its Madison County headquarters.
Bomgar’s opponent for the August primary is Bruce Bartley, a Madison businessman, who owns multiple Save-A-Lot grocery stores.
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