Business and Industry Political Education Committee endorses Hall
The Rodney Hall for Mississippi House of Representatives – District 20 campaign has announced that Hall has been named “Best for Business” by the Business and Industry Political Education Committee (BIPEC). This distinction solidifies Hall’s reputation as the best candidate in the race to represent the values of the community while advancing opportunities for economic prosperity.
A news release from Hall’s campaign stated, “As a small business owner, combat veteran, and army officer, Rodney Hall understands firsthand the challenges facing Mississippi businesses, industries, and citizens. His work as legislative director for Congressman Trent Kelly, where he supported Mississippi businesses and industries, has also been instrumental in shaping his understanding of the needs and concerns of the employers in the state.”
BIPEC has been a trusted source of credible political research information in Mississippi since 1980. BIPEC’s statewide membership, which includes individuals, companies, professional firms, and trade associations, is united in its efforts to protect and advance free enterprise through research, education, and member action.
“I am deeply humbled and honored to be recognized as ‘Best for Business and Jobs’ by BIPEC,” said Hall. “As a legislator, I firmly believe that we have a moral obligation to ensure that Mississippi families have the ability to achieve the American dream, a future that is prosperous, hopeful, and full of opportunities. To achieve this, it is essential that we support policies that promote economic growth, create jobs, and give back to our communities. I am committed to advancing free enterprise in Mississippi and am grateful for BIPEC’s recognition and support.”
Hall is campaigning as a state Representative for the newly formed House District 20 in DeSoto County, a district drawn to include parts of Southaven and Olive Branch located just south of the Mississippi/Tennessee state line. He is running against Southaven Alderman Charlie Hoots in the Republican primary.