Paul Buisson’s business and finance background brings a very valuable set of skills and qualifications to the position of Representative of Mississippi House District 60. This background enables him to evaluate operational systems and provide oversight to state business to a degree not normally seen in our representatives. Mr. Buisson has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and worked 14 years in senior management and has spent an additional 12 years as a management and cost reduction consultant to government agencies and private business.
In the area of Finance Mr. Buisson has some very unique qualifications also. In addition to his business budget management experience he has personally maintained a high credit score and has had a zero credit card balance since the mid-1990’s. Paul says “If a person cannot manage his own finances, how can he be trusted with the taxpayer’s money?” Paul also served for 3 years on his church’s Finance Committee.
Mr. Buisson does not just profess Conservatism, he lives it and has actively promote genuine Conservatism. He was one of the founders of the “Move the House Committee” which was credited by Jeppy Barbour with half of the credit for bringing Republican control to the State House of Representatives for the first time in 140 years. When the Rankin County Board of Supervisors voted the now infamous tax increase in an unscheduled meeting, after having voted it down in a public meeting just hours before, Paul sponsored and organized the “Remove Rankin Supervisor’s Website.” He was involved with “Better Brandon Now” .
For almost ten years in Mr. Buisson’s business management career he was the Department Head and Manager for major healthcare systems where he supervised more than 150 employees at four locations. In that position he was directly responsible for maintaining a multi-million dollar budget. He was also a part of the four-person team responsible for a $100 million dollar retirement resort project. Through conservative fiscal budgeting and innovative negotiation, Paul consistently reduced annual costs and streamlined company operations.
In addition to his business and political experience Paul is also a devoted family man. Married to his wife Patrice for 22 years they are raising their two boys in Rankin County. Paul coached his 9 year-old’s football team, and he and Patrice both do volunteer work for the Brandon High School Band.
Working the Concessions for the
Brandon High School Band
Working the Pancake Breakfast
for the Boy Scouts
Coaching the Football Team
Kyler Buisson won Second Place in the
Pine Wood Derby