Tuesday, April 03, 2018

Coleman gains fourth Freedom Caucus endorsement in CD1 bid

GOP congressional candidate Andy Coleman just announced his fourth endorsement from members of the House Freedom Caucus. Coleman was first endorsed by Congressman Jody Hice, then Congressman Tom Garrett, most recently by Congressman Jordan (former chairman of the caucus), and now by Congressman Ken Buck:


Wave of Conservative Support Continues as Congressman Ken Buck Endorses Coleman

TULSA, OK:  Today, Congressman Ken Buck (R-CO) officially endorsed Captain Andy Coleman in his race for U.S. Congress.  Congressman Buck serves as a conservative Republican in the U.S. House of Representatives, and also authored the book Drain the Swamp: How Washington Corruption is Worse than You Think.   

“Congress needs more conservative fighters like Andy Coleman,” shared Congressman Buck.  “Andy’s unique perspective and life experiences equip him to help drain the swamp. He’s a staunch defender of our Second Amendment rights and will work overtime to end the DC addiction to runaway spending.” 

“I deeply appreciate Congressman Buck’s support,” expressed Coleman.  “Ken has been on the frontlines in helping to secure our border and eliminate wasteful spending – which will be two of my top priorities once elected to Congress."

Buck’s endorsement follows a series of high-profile endorsements for Coleman’s campaign, including former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum, Congressman Jim Jordan, Congressman Jody Hice, Congressman Tom Garrett, and Dr. Everett Piper.  Coleman has also received the endorsement of multiple conservative organizations, including the Combat Veterans for Congress and the Madison Project.

Captain Andy Coleman is seeking the Republican nomination for the open congressional seat in Oklahoma’s First District.  He is an Air Force Academy graduate, former intelligence officer, and military veteran of Iraq. Coleman previously served with conservative organizations like the Federalist Society and Christian Legal Society.  In recent years, Coleman led field efforts to aid persecuted Christians in hostile and restricted countries for the Voice of the Martyrs, a Christian ministry based in Bartlesville. Andy and his wife, Liz, have three children and reside in Owasso.

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