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  Parson, Mike
NameMike Parson
Address940 N. Redel Pl
Bolivar, Missouri , United States
Born September 17, 1955 (66 years)
ContributorWishful Thinking
Last ModifedDavid
May 29, 2022 10:35pm
InfoLieutenant Governor
Michael L. Parson

Michael L. "Mike" Parson was elected Missouri’s 47th Lieutenant Governor on November 8, 2016. He was victorious in 110 of Missouri’s 114 counties, and received the most votes of any Lieutenant Governor in Missouri history.

Lieutenant Governor Parson served the people of the 28th Senatorial District in the Missouri Senate from 2011-2017. He served in the Missouri House of Representatives from 2005-2011. Lieutenant Governor Parson also served as the Sheriff of Polk County from 1993-2005. He also served six years in the U.S. Army.

While in the Missouri Senate, Lieutenant Governor Parson chaired the Small Business, Insurance & Industry Committee and during his first two years served as Majority Whip. While serving in the House of Representatives, he was chair of the House Rules Committee. He sponsored and co-sponsored several landmark pieces of legislation including Missouri’s Castle Doctrine, which strengthened 2nd Amendment rights, and the Missouri Farming Rights Amendment, a piece of legislation that changed the Missouri Constitution to guarantee all Missourians the right to farm and ranch.

Lieutenant Governor Parson resides in Bolivar with his wife Teresa. Together they have two grown children and five grandchildren. He was raised on a farm in Hickory County, and graduated from Wheatland High School in Wheatland, Missouri. He is a small business owner and is a third generation farmer who currently owns and operates a cow and calf operation near Bolivar.



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  06/01/2018 MO Governor - Succession Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  11/08/2016 MO Lt. Governor Won 52.80% (+10.51%)
  08/02/2016 MO Lt. Governor - R Primary Won 51.50% (+7.65%)
  11/04/2014 MO State Senate 28 Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  01/05/2011 MO State Senate Majority Whip Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  11/02/2010 MO State Senate 28 Won 83.72% (+67.44%)
  08/03/2010 MO State Senate 28 - R Primary Won 47.38% (+16.08%)
  11/04/2008 MO State House 133 Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  11/07/2006 MO State House 133 Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
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  11/02/2004 MO State House 133 Won 74.70% (+53.88%)
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