Missouri Farm Bureau’s (MOFB) State Political Action Committee (PAC) announced its endorsement of Kurtis Gregory for election to Missouri’s 21st State Senate District open seat on Monday.

“Kurtis Gregory earned this endorsement because from his first day as a member of the Missouri General Assembly, he has stood strong for rural families, farmers and small business owners throughout the state,” said David Lueck, a PAC board of trustees member from Lafayette County. “By carrying on his family’s farm legacy, Kurtis understands first-hand the challenges that we face. We look forward to working with him throughout his first term in the Missouri Senate and his continued advocacy for farm families and rural communities.”

Gregory was elected to the Missouri House of Representatives in 2020 and earned MOFB’s “Friend of Agriculture” award in 2022 prior to his reelection to the District 51 seat, which he won with more than 83 percent of the vote. Throughout his second term, Gregory carried the MOFB Health Plans bill through the House and served as the Vice-Chair of the Agriculture Policy committee. 

The 21st State Senate District covers six counties in west central Missouri.

MOFB is Missouri’s largest farm organization with a presence in every county throughout the state. To learn more about the MOFB PAC, visit our website.