Borror began his political career working on the 1982 re-election campaign of U.S. Senator Richard G. Lugar (R-Indiana). After the successful campaign, Borror accepted a fundraising position at the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC).
The NRSC was Chaired by the newly re-elected Senator, and its Executive Director was a gentleman by the name of Mitch Daniels. Daniels and Borror served together until 1984, but their relationship would extend far beyond the NRSC.
In 1985, Borror became Director of Political Affairs at the National Association of Home Builders in charge of BUILD-PAC. After spending several years in Washington, D.C., Borror returned to Indiana. He began working in the banking and insurance industry and acquired his P&C, L&H, and Series 6 and 63 licenses.
In 1994, Borror began working in the commercial construction business at a regional site development firm. Prior to his election in 2001, Borror became President of the firm.
Borror, who served from 2001-2010 in the Indiana House of Representatives, carried the top two legislative issues for then Governor Daniels in the 2005 and 2006 legislative sessions. In 2005, Rep. Borror authored legislation creating the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC).
In the 2006 legislative session, Borror authored House Enrolled Act 1008, also known as Major Moves. Major Moves was Governor Daniels’ transportation initiative that allowed for the funding of Indiana’s ten-year road construction plan, by leasing the Indiana Toll Road to a private consortium for nearly $4 billion.
During his time in the Indiana General Assembly, Borror served as Chairman of the Small Business & Economic Development Committee, and a member of the House Ways & Means Committee. In addition to his committee assignments, Borror served as an alternate to the State Budget Committee.
After leaving the General Assembly, Borror served as Senior Vice President of an Indianapolis based lobbying firm for five years.
In 2015, Borror founded Borror Public Affairs. Through his leadership, in-depth experience, and vast knowledge of the Indiana General Assembly, the firm’s client base expanded rapidly and quickly became a trusted name within the industry.
In 2016, Borror was awarded the Sagamore of the Wabash by then Governor, now U.S. Vice-President, Mike Pence.
Borror and his wife Kelly, reside in Fort Wayne.