Senator Dan Hegeman Re-elected as Senate Majority Caucus Chairman for 100th General Assembly
JEFFERSON CITY — Members of the Missouri Senate’s Majority Caucus returned to the State Capitol on Thursday, Nov. 8, to elect its new leadership team for the 100th General Assembly. Re-elected by his peers, State Sen. Dan Hegeman, R-Cosby, will continue to serve as the chairman of the Senate Majority Caucus.
“It is a tremendous honor to be re-elected by my colleagues to continue to serve as the chairman of the Missouri Senate’s Majority Caucus,” said Sen. Hegeman. “This is an important leadership position, and I look forward to working closely with every member of my caucus to continue to pass conservative, commonsense legislation that aims to make our state a great place to live, work and raise a family.”
First elected to the Missouri Senate in 2014, Sen. Hegeman represents the 12th Senatorial District, which is comprised of 15 counties in northwest Missouri. Currently, Sen. Hegeman serves as the chairman of the Missouri Senate’s Local Government and Elections Committee. Prior to his service in the Missouri Senate, Sen. Hegeman served in the Missouri House of Representatives.
Senator Hegeman is a lifelong farmer and part owner of a six-generation family owned row crop and cattle farm in Andrew county. He and his wife, Fran, live on the family’s farm near Cosby and have four children.
Please visit Sen. Hegeman’s official Missouri Senate website at www.senate.mo.gov/hegeman.