JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – – Missouri Farm Bureau’s State Political Action Committee has voted to endorse Lincoln Hough for reelection in Missouri’s 30th State Senate District. 

“As an owner/operator of a cattle ranch, Senator Hough understands not only the needs of farmers and ranchers in his district, but those throughout the state of Missouri,” said Lane Baxter, chairman of the Southwest Regional Endorsement Committee. “He was a leader in the Senate throughout his first term, and we look forward to working with him for four more years.” 

The 30th State Senate District is located fully within Greene County. Trustees reviewed Senator Hough’s voting record prior to approving his endorsement. He currently serves as the Vice Chair of Senate Appropriations, and has been a strong advocate for agricultural priorities in that role. 

Missouri Farm Bureau is the state’s largest agriculture advocacy organization. To learn more about its work on behalf of Missourians, visit our website.