Lieutenant Governor Candidate Mike Parson Endorsed by Missouri Right to Life
Today, conservative Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson announced that he has been endorsed by Missouri Right to Life PAC.
“I want to thank the members of Missouri Right to Life PAC for voting to endorse my campaign. It is an honor to be endorsed by an organization that has done so much to protect the sanctity of life, and I want to thank them for all of the work they have put in to make sure Missouri laws reflect our state’s pro-life ideals,” said Parson. “Protecting the unborn has always been one of my top priorities, and one of the proudest statistics I can point to from my time serving this state is that the number of abortion facilities in Missouri has gone from ten to just one during the time I have been in office. I look forward to continuing to fight for the right to life if elected as Missouri’s next Lieutenant Governor.”
Senator Mike Parson, a former Sergeant in the U.S. Army, served as Polk County Sheriff for twelve years, served in the Missouri House of Representatives, and is currently working for Missourians in the State Senate. Senator Parson was the Senate leader in the effort to put the Right to Farm Constitutional Amendment before the voters, helping to protect Missouri agriculture.
Senator Parson, a Missouri native and third-generation farmer, lives in Bolivar with his wife, Teresa, where they own and operate a cattle farm. They have two children and five grandchildren and are members of First Baptist Church of Bolivar.