SPRINGFIELD, MO – Missouri Farm Bureau’s Southwest Regional Endorsement Committee has endorsed Lincoln Hough in Missouri’s 30th State Senate District. Trustees interviewed Hough in Springfield on August 29th and voted to endorse his candidacy.

Hough is a fourth generation cattle farmer with a track record of public service. Prior to announcing his candidacy, he served as a state representative and most recently has served as a Greene County Commissioner.

“Lincoln Hough has been a long-time advocate for farmers and ranchers in southwest Missouri,” said Tom Huff, President of Greene County Farm Bureau and member of the Southwest Regional Endorsement Committee. “Lincoln has a proven record of service to the public and to agriculture. He shares the values of Missouri Farm Bureau members and we are looking forward to working with him as our next state Senator.”

Trustees are selected by their county Farm Bureau organizations. They interview the candidates running in the general election, review voting records and seek their positions on issues prior to voting on endorsements. The 30th Senate District is comprised of a portion of Greene County.