Thursday, April 05, 2018

Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows endorses Coleman in CD1

Congressman Mark Meadows Endorses Coleman For Congress

TULSA, OK:  Today, Congressman Mark Meadows (R-NC) joined the chorus of conservative leaders to officially endorse Captain Andy Coleman in his race for U.S. Congress.  Widely recognized for his principled leadership, Congressman Meadows serves as the chair of the House Freedom Caucus.

“Andy Coleman is the battle-tested conservative Republicans need in Congress,” stated Congressman Meadows.  “After graduating from the Air Force Academy, he served as a military intelligence officer in the Middle East and later as the Voice of the Martyrs’ Middle Eastern regional director — helping persecuted Christians.  Andy has the courage and grit to be a great asset to the cause of freedom. He won’t buckle to the demands of Washington, and he will work to cut unnecessary government spending, repeal Obamacare, and defend traditional values.”

“Congressman Meadows is a leader I deeply respect,” expressed Coleman. “So to receive his endorsement is a huge honor for me. I am humbled by his support, and will do everything I can to bolster the conservative cause in the House.” 

Meadow’s endorsement is just the latest in a long line of high-profile endorsements for Coleman’s campaign.  Those endorsements include former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum and several current members of Congress, such as Jim Jordan, Ken Buck, Jody Hice and Tom Garrett.  Coleman has also received the endorsement of multiple conservative organizations, including the Combat Veterans for Congress and the Madison Project.

Captain Andy Coleman, a military veteran of Iraq, is seeking the Republican nomination for the open congressional seat in Oklahoma’s First District. Coleman previously served with conservative organizations like the Federalist Society and Christian Legal Society. In recent years, Coleman led efforts to aid persecuted Christians in some of the world’s most dangerous 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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