The Missouri Farm Bureau (MOFB) Political Action Committee (PAC) voted to endorse Andrew Bailey for a full term as Missouri’s Attorney General on Monday afternoon. 

“Andrew Bailey has displayed a willingness to fight for property rights during his time in office,” said MOFB President Garrett Hawkins. “He understands that flawed federal climate and energy policies impact all Missourians, and his vision of making rural Missouri a vibrant place to work and live aligns with our members’ vision of the future of agriculture in the state.”

Bailey, who was appointed by Missouri Governor Mike Parson to the office of Attorney General in January 2023, has advocated for free and fair commerce practices that fight back against over-reach from states like California. His litigation against onerous state and federal policies, including the Biden Administration’s Waters of the United States (WOTUS) Rule, is crucial to protect landowners from continued land grab efforts by the federal government.

Bailey currently serves as the 44th Attorney General of the state of Missouri, and he and his family reside in Montgomery County. 

Trustees of the MOFB Federation State PAC are selected by their county Farm Bureau organizations. To learn more about the MOFB PAC, visit our website.