The Missouri Farm Bureau (MOFB) Political Action Committee (PAC) voted to endorse Missouri Senator Lincoln Hough for Lieutenant Governor on Monday afternoon. 

Hough, who currently serves as a member of the Missouri Senate representing the 30th district, was elected to the Missouri House of Representatives three times, beginning in 2010. After spending two years as a member of the Greene County Commission, Hough returned to Jefferson City after winning the Senate’s District 30 election in 2018. He then won a reelection campaign in 2022, earning the MOFB PAC’s endorsement both times.

“Senator Hough has once again earned the endorsement of the Missouri Farm Bureau PAC, because he continues to advocate for the future of agriculture in our state,” said MOFB President Garrett Hawkins. “His work as the Chair of the Appropriations Committee has supported vital investments in our state’s infrastructure, which is key for our farmers and ranchers to provide the food, fiber and fuel necessary for our nation.”

A first-generation cattle rancher, Hough serves on the Greene County Farm Bureau Board of Directors.

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.