Mike Parson Endorsed by the Missouri Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association
Today, conservative Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson announced that his campaign has been endorsed by the Missouri Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association, which includes more than 500 members across the state.
“I am truly honored that the Missouri Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association voted to endorse my campaign, and I want to thank the men and women of the MVATA for their support. Agriculture is our state’s number one industry, and ensuring students at schools across Missouri have access to agriculture education programs is of critical importance. The members of the MVATA provide a vital service to students across the state, and I am humbled to have their support,” said Mike Parson.
These endorsers join numerous statewide agriculture groups, 3 former statewide officials, 14 state senators, 45 state representatives, 23 former state legislators, and more than 95 county officials supporting Parson for Missouri. A full list of endorsers can be found at www.mikeparson.com/endorsers.
Mike Parson is a U.S. Army veteran and former Sheriff with two decades of experience in law enforcement. A small business owner and third-generation farmer, Mike has a strong record of protecting family farmers, including leading the charge to pass the Right to Farm constitutional amendment. In the state legislature, Mike has earned a reputation as a pro-life, pro-gun constitutional conservative who has stood up to federal government overreach.