Trustees of the Missouri Farm Bureau Regional Endorsement Committee representing the State Senate’s 28th District congratulate State Representative Sandy Crawford (R) on her successful campaign to complete the unexpired senatorial term of Mike Parson, who was elected lieutenant governor. Crawford won decisively with over 68 percent of the vote in the Aug. 8 Special Election.
Missouri Farm Bureau State PAC endorsed Crawford, of Buffalo, in February due to her consistent work for rural Missourians during her seven legislative sessions as State Representative for the 129th District. In the Senate she will represent eight counties in west central and southwest Missouri.
“Sandy has proven herself to be a reliable voice in Jefferson City for Missouri’s farmers and ranchers. Her election to succeed Lieutenant Governor Mike Parson continues the 28th Senate District’s tradition of strong leadership for the values and needs of rural Missourians. We look forward to working with her in this new role,” said Missouri Farm Bureau’s West Central Regional Endorsement Committee Chairman Dennis Feezor.
Trustees on Regional Endorsement Committees are selected by their county Farm Bureau organizations. The trustees interview candidates running in the general election, review voting records and seek their positions on issues.