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MSGOP Chairman Frank Bordeaux

MSGOP Chairman Frank Bordeaux

Frank Bordeaux serves as the 13th Chairman of the Mississippi Republican Party following his unanimous election by the State Executive Committee in October 2020. Frank was recommended by Governor Tate Reeves.

An experienced and respected political leader, Frank has been active in efforts to elect Republicans his entire life, lending his expertise to campaigns for both Governor Tate Reeves and Senator Thad Cochran. He has worked at both grassroots and broad levels to promote conservative policies and candidates.

Frank is Vice President at a Mississippi-based insurance company, where he serves corporate and public clients. He is a member of the Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers, Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of America, and Independent Insurance Agents of Mississippi.

A resident of Gulfport, Frank is a long-time advocate for quality public schools, leading the 2014 campaign for the Gulfport school bond issue to overwhelming passage. In 2015, he was honored as the Gulfport School District Parent of the Year and in 2019 was awarded the John Harral Spirit of Education Award for “exceptional commitment to strengthening educational opportunities available to all students in the Gulfport area.”

Frank serves on the boards of several organizations, including the Harrison County Development Commission, the Mississippi Arts Commission, the Mississippi Flag Commission, the Harrison County Republican Club and the Biloxi Businessman’s Club. He previously served as a board member of the Harrison County Republican Executive Committee, the Harrison County Republican Central Committee, Feed My Sheep soup kitchen and Gulfport Youth Sports Association.

Frank and his wife, Jacqueline, have four boys. They are members of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Gulfport.

 

State Executive Committee

The State Executive Committee shall consist of thirteen members from each Congressional District to be chosen by the Delegates from the different Congressional Districts, each District acting separately, and shall hold office for a term of not more than four years.

District Name County
1 Shannon Bibbee DeSoto
1 Faye Dillard Pontotoc
1 Keith Heard Lowndes
1 Edward Holliday Lee
1 Ellen Jernigan DeSoto
1 Sue Morrisson Union
1 Pat Nozinich Tate
1 Kim Remak DeSoto
1 Donna Ruth Roberts Lafayette
1 Jimmy Stephens Lee
1 DuJuana Thompson Alcorn
1 Giles Ward Winston
1 Neil Whaley Marshall
2 Eric Biedenharn Warren
2 Phil Buffington Madison
2 Lydia Chassaniol Montgomery
2 Betty Coleman Washington
2 John Dean, Jr. Washington
2 Blake Ferretti Bolivar
2 Webster Franklin Tunica
2 J.R. Jones Hinds
2 John Phillip Land Bolivar
2 Nat McMullan Coahoma
2 Barbara Rooks-Jackson Hinds
2 Ken Strachan Carroll
2 Liles Williams Hinds
3 Paul Brown Adams
3 Donnie Caughman Simpson
3 Beau Cox Rankin
3 Beth Hamilton Hinds
3 Marnita Henderson Oktibbeha
3 Reneé Lambert Madison
3 Franc Lee Rankin
3 Tyler Norman Lauderdale
3 John Roberts Lincoln
3 Marcy Scoggins Madison
3 Cheryl Sparkman Kemper
3 Dana Stringer Rankin
3 Matt Sullivan Smith
4 Derek Arrington Forrest
4 Cheryl Cranford Lamar
4 Vivian Dailey Jackson
4 Mike Ezell Jackson
4 Nell Frisbie Hancock
4 Frank Genzer Harrison
4 Jeff Howell George
4 Sandra McKiernon Jackson
4 John Parker Jones
4 Kay Patterson Marion
4 Brandon Payne Harrison
4 Wayne Tisdale Harrison
4 Mike Tyson Pearl River

State Central Committee

The State Central Committee of the Party shall be composed of the members of the State Executive Committee, the National Committeeman, the National Committeewoman, the State Finance Chairman, the General Counsel, any former State Party Chairman, the Chairman of the Mississippi Young Republican Federation, the President of the Mississippi Federation of Republican Women, the President of the Mississippi Republican Elected Officials Association, the Chairman of the Mississippi Federation of College Republicans, the Treasurer, the Chairman of the Capital Foundation, the Chairman of the United Republican Fund, the Chairman of the Teen Age Republicans; and all Republicans elected to statewide office, the Mississippi Transportation Commission, the Mississippi Public Service Commission, the United States Senate, and the United States House of Representatives; as well as the Republican Speaker of the Mississippi House of Representatives.

Name Title
Tate Reeves Governor
Keri Abernathy Pres. of MS Federation of Republican Women
Sidney Allen Capital Foundation
Brent Bailey Public Service Commissioner (Central)
Henry Barbour National Committeeman
Frank Bordeaux Chairman
Paul Breazeale Treasurer
John Caldwell Transportation Commissioner (Northern)
Mike Chaney Insurance Commissioner
Lynn Fitch Attorney General
Fletcher Freeman MS Federation of College Republicans Chairman
Andy Gipson Commissioner of Agriculture
John Green Finance Committee Chairman
Michael Guest U.S. Congressman
Philip Gunn Speaker of the House
Arnie Hederman Former Chairman
James Herring Former Chairman
Delbert Hosemann Lt. Governor
Cindy Hyde-Smith U.S. Senator
Ellen Jernigan United Republican Fund Chairman
Trent Kelly U.S. Congressman
Tom King Transportation Commissioner (Southern)
Jeanne Luckey National Committeewoman
Dane Maxwell Public Service Commissioner (Southern)
David McRae Treasurer
Steven Palazzo U.S. Congressman
Charles Pickering Former Chairman
Billy Powell Former Chairman
Clarke Reed Former Chairman
Mike Retzer Former Chairman
Lucien Smith Former Chairman
Greg Snowden Republican Elected Officials Chairman
Ebbie Spivey Former Chairman
Mike Wallace General Counsel
Michael Watson Secretary of State
Shad White Auditor
Brad White Former Chairman
Roger Wicker U.S. Senator
Wirt Yerger, Jr. Chairman Emeritus

County Chairmen

County Name
Adams Paul Brown
Alcorn Charles Seago
Amite
Attalla Scott Wiggers
Benton Olivia Futral
Bolivar Pamela Maxwell
Calhoun Steve Whitten
Carroll Kate Strachan
Chickasaw Scott Murphree
Choctaw Ernest Hadley
Claiborne
Clarke Judy Roberts
Chandler Mitts
Clay Dwight Dyess
Coahoma Nat McMullen
Copiah Cherron Carr
Covington Robert Faler
DeSoto Shannon Bibbee
Forrest Larry DeLeon
Franklin
George Jeff Howell
Greene Girard Bolton
Grenada Dolly Marascalco
Hancock Jason Chiniche
Harrison Frank Genzer
Hinds Pete Perry
Holmes Bruce Edwards
Humphreys Steven Harris
Issaquena
Itawamba Phillip Izard
Jackson Vivian Dailey
Jasper Sue Stringer
Jefferson Ashlee Ellis Smith
Jefferson Davis James Dumas
Jones John Parker
Kemper Cheryl Sparkman
Lafayette Meme Mullen
Lamar Cheryl Cranford
Lauderdale Chris Bullock
Lawrence Dave Nichols
Leake Billy Boyd
Lee Jimmy Stephens
Leflore Robert E. Spiller
Lincoln John Roberts
Lowndes Chrissy Heard
Madison Renee' Lambert
Marion April Cook
Marshall Bill Beaty
Monroe Connie Long
Montgomery Matthew Bennett
Neshoba David Carter
Newton Julie Davis
Noxubee Janie Gregg
Oktibbeha Marnita Henderson
Panola Sean O'Neal
Pearl River Mike Tyson
Perry Keith Evans
Pike Bobby McDaniel
Pontotoc Faye Dillard
Prentiss June Hutcheson
Quitman Clay Vance
Rankin Dana Stringer
Scott Dedra Champion
Sharkey
Simpson Chris Purdum
Smith Kyle Cockrell
Stone
Sunflower Gene Hill
Tallahatchie Jerrerico Chambers
Tate Pat Nozinich
Tippah Nathan Stroupe
Tishomingo Ken Dulaney
Tunica Webster Franklin
Union Sue Morrisson
Walthall Jeremy Crane
Warren Eric Beidenharn
Washington Dave Clarke
Wayne Aaron Williams
Webster Chad Winter
Wilkinson Alex Ventress
Winston Mark Forsman
Yalobusha James Person
Yazoo Hayes Dent

MSGOP Staff

 

Tate Lewis — Executive Director –  tlewis@msgop.org

Nicole Webb — Communications Director – nicolew@msgop.org

 

 

 

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