Kehoe now has 11 early endorsements as the lone GOP candidate that has officially announced a bid for Governor. Kehoe's endorsements include the Missouri Fraternal Order of Police, Missouri Soybeans and the Missouri Cattlemen's association.
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Mike Kehoe has served as Missouri’s lieutenant governor since June 2018.
"Well, what do we think we do? We provide options, we provide opportunities, and kids can learn a different path... I'm not here to be the crime solver, that's not what I do. But if I can tell somebody that people care about your block — that changes things," Marion Pierson, director and founder of Mo Hives said.
Two years before the gubernatorial election, Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe has received another endorsement, this time from the Associated General Contractors of Missouri.
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Missouri (ACEC/MO) officially announced its endorsement of Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe for governor.
Cargill Incorporated, one of the world's largest agricultural processing companies, has announced plans for a soybean processing plant in Pemiscot County.
Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe, who is running for governor in 2024, has been endorsed by the Fire Fighter Association of Missouri.
A new poll from a PAC supporting Jay Ashcroft’s anticipated run for governor showed the secretary of state with a lead over Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe.
This is the third major agriculture group that has endorsed Lt. Gov. Mike Kehoe after the Missouri Cattlemen Association and the Missouri Soybean Association.
"Our message today is clear: Missouri is open for business to those who value democracy, human rights, free enterprise, and self-determination," Rep. Dean Plocher said.