Coalition for Building a Better Tomorrow (CBBT), is the PAC of the HBA and has endorsed these candidates for local municipal elections in our area. Candidates were endorsed following an interview process about their views on issues affecting the residential building industry and community development.
Read more about the candidates below - and be sure to vote on Tuesday, April 6 in your community!
City of Ozark:
Brad Jackson for Ozark Mayor:
Brad is a small business owner who is a former Mayor and Alderman in Ozark. Brad understand economic development and growth opportunities for Ozark.
Candidate website: https://jacksonforozark.com/
Jack Cole for Rogersville Board of Alderman:
Jack is an I.T. Administrative Director at CoxHealth and served on the Rogersville Board of Alderman for 16 years. Jack has previously showed his willingness to work with the development community help Rogersville grow.
Candidate page: https://www.facebook.com/JackColeRogersville
Brent Brown for Springfield City Council:
Brent is a real estate developer, small business owner, and grew up working in his family’s small business. Brent supports helping small businesses and economic development.
Brent’s opponent has opposed new residential construction, economic development projects, and sought for aggressive code-implementation and regulations while serving on city council. For a better climate for economic developments and job creation we ask that you vote for Brent Brown!
Candidate website: https://www.brentbrownforsgf.com/
- Find Your Polling Place https://voteroutreach.sos.mo.gov/PRD/VoterOutreach/VOSearch.aspx
- Sample Ballot – Christian County https://www.christiancountymo.gov/offices/county-clerk/sample-ballots/
- Sample Ballot – Greene County (including Rogersville and Springfield) https://greenecountymo.gov/files/PDF/file.pdf?id=36573
Voter education provided by Home Builders Association of Greater Springfield • Dori Grinder, Executive Officer – 636 W Republic Road, Suite D108, Springfield MO 65807
As a reminder, CBBT has been in place since 2001 and has its own board and finances, separate from the HBA. It is the Committee, not the HBA, that makes contributions to candidates; no funds of the HBA are contributed to candidate committees. Most contributions to Coalition to Build a Better Tomorrow come from small businesses.