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Missouri soybean association endorses Senator Lincoln Hough

Missouri soybean association endorses Senator Lincoln Hough


By Blake Jackson

The Missouri Soybean Association (MSA) proudly endorses Senator Lincoln Hough for the upcoming Lieutenant Governor election, citing his unwavering dedication to advancing Missouri's agricultural interests and his proven leadership in the state legislature.

Senator Hough's background as a first-generation farmer from Springfield, Missouri, underscores his deep understanding of the challenges facing the state's agricultural community. His advocacy for agriculture stems from recognizing its crucial role in Missouri's economy and way of life.

Renee Fordyce, President of MSA, commends Senator Hough for consistently representing the interests of soybean farmers and ensuring agriculture's prominence in the state's economy. His bipartisan approach to legislation, focusing on economic growth, education, and environmental protection, reflects his commitment to all Missourians.

Gary Wheeler, CEO of Missouri Soybeans, highlights Senator Hough's dedication to public service and his ability to address the needs of Missouri residents. The endorsement emphasizes Senator Hough's pledge to promote policies benefiting soybean farmers and rural development.

Senator Hough expresses his alignment with MSA's goals, emphasizing his commitment to strengthening agriculture and supporting farming families if elected Lieutenant Governor.

MSA urges voters to support Senator Hough in the upcoming election, recognizing his advocacy for the values and priorities essential to Missouri's agricultural community.

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